Syndey Brown and Philip Nakashian
This podcast reveals the reach of the pandemic as it affected the role of libraries as well as individual mental health. The piece features creative writing, interviews and commentary.
Elizabeth Hernandez Vasquez and Andrea Lopez
This podcast interweaves poetry, interviews and dialogue to examine the particular vulnerabilities fieldworkers face, especially in light of the pandemic. It also explores advocacy and community support.
Juliana Navarini, Oscar Alejos, and Shawn Middleton-Bryson
The podcast consists of three interviews each of which describe how their work has adapted due to the effects of COVID. How they work through it and around it. Topics such as creativity, adaptation, and mental health are at the forefront.
Sarah Smet, Lily Bartle, and Larissa Sooter
Humanity has always turned to storytelling for survival and for connection. Theatre is a place where people gather for that connection and an experience unlike any other. When theatres shut down due to COVID-19, it was clear that the performers and the performing arts as a whole would be affected. In this podcast we interview three individuals from the world of theater to examine why people are so drawn to this form of storytelling, and where they see the future of the performing arts in “The After.”
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