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  1. Wednesday, October 21, 2020

  2. Thursday, October 22, 2020

Artist Check In – Peregrine Honig

Kansas City artist Peregrine Honig shares about her work in the context of the current moment, how social distancing has affected her practice, advice for other artists, and what the community can do to help artists survive this difficult time.

Artist Check In – John Brooks

Louisville-based artist, John Brooks shares his thoughts about his work in the current moment, how social distancing has affected his art practice, and advice for other artists and advice to the community.

Artist Check In – Charles and Southard

Two artists featured in BallotBox, now on view at 21c Museum Hotel Louisville, share more about their work in the context of the current moment, how social distancing has affected their practice, advice to other artists, and what the community can do to help artists survive this difficult time.

Artist Check In – Mia Cinelli

Lexington-based artist Mia Cinelli shares her reflections on the current moment, how social distancing and quarantine has affected her practice, advice for other artists, and how she cultivates community for herself and others during this time. 

Artist Check In – Loehle and Hanavan

Two Cincinnati-area artists, Paul Loehle and Mark Hanavan share more about their experiences working collaboratively and separately during quarantine on their multi-media work The Hunt  

Artist Check In – Heyward and Scattergood

Two artists currently featured in Elevate at 21c Durham, Clarence Heyward and Shelby Scattergood, share their experiences working as artists at this moment in history, their advice to fellow artists, and how they create and sustain their community.

Artist Check In – Fallen Fruit

21c artists, David Allen Burns and Austin Young, the duo that comprise Fallen Fruit, share their thoughts about art and the necessity of art making in the time of COVID-19. 

Artist Check In – Hannah McBroom & Ray Parker

Two artists with connections to Northwest Arkansas, Ray Parker and Hannah McBroom, share their experiences during quarantine, advice for artists, and reflections about their work within the context of the current moment.  

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