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Artists and Human Touch During COVID-19

Artists and Human Touch During COVID-19

June 24, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has severely affected human physical touch--how we greet one another, gather, play sports, and simply exist in the world. And because touch is a fundamental part of both modern dance and ballet, the future for these art forms is unknown.

Touch also refers to interactions between artists and the public at festivals and in galleries—another casualty of COVID-19. On this episode of the podcast, artists April Couch and Bill Wade talk about navigating the world of human touch.  

The Survival Symphony, In One Movement

The Survival Symphony, In One Movement

June 14, 2020

The Akron, Canton, and Youngstown symphonies have every intention of surviving in the aftermath of COVID-19, because they all believe the same thing: classical music benefits us all.

Enjoy this conversation with Paul Jarrett, Executive Director of the Akron Symphony, Michelle Charles, Executive Director of the Canton Symphony, and Randy Fleischer, Music Director of the Youngstown Symphony.

Advocate & Celebrate: Supporting Artists During the Pandemic (Audio Podcast)

Advocate & Celebrate: Supporting Artists During the Pandemic (Audio Podcast)

June 9, 2020

A conversation with Nicole Mullet: Executive Director ArtsNow and Tricia Ostertag: Vice President of Marketing and Events of Arts In Stark. Nicole Mullet and Tricia Ostertag share perspectives in supporting artists during the pandemic.

Creative Goodness: Art Therapist Gretchen Miller talks about COVID-19 (Audio Podcast)

Creative Goodness: Art Therapist Gretchen Miller talks about COVID-19 (Audio Podcast)

June 2, 2020
Art Therapist, Gretchen Miller shares perspectives on art therapy during the COVID 19 pandemic.
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