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Watch this piece by Karleen Pendleton Jiménez, called "What does this mean to you? Thoughts on covid, queerness, and memory." It contains mature content.

March 25, 2020

trying to keep singing and maintain a strong heart. I am so incredibly grateful for my kin that are showing up in some really beautiful and powerful ways right now. heres a leon bridges cover for yous called river. whatever it is you believe in, please continue to beli...

"This is a duo performance of the hymn, It Is Well With My Soul, that my wife, Lorraine Land, and I did while in quarantine with suspected covid-19 in response to a Facebook request by a friend in quarantine completely alone for the same reason." - John Bird

March 24, 2020

"when we were little and there would be big storms our dad would pull out his guitar and sing. his magical ways would sometimes stop the thunders or bring the power back on, but ultimately his songs really helped us feel less afraid. as im sure many people are feeling...

March 23, 2020

Alex (8 years old) has started Dogcast, a weekly illustrated podcast about dogs, to keep all her friends and family company and help you learn about dogs at the same time. Check out the second episode about Border Collies.

March 20, 2020

It’s all about the body in this show, particularly bodies that don’t conform. Queer, nonbinary, Disabled artist Derek Newman-Stille showcases their Queer Crip art work exploring and stretching the body. This show is about bodies that resist control and constructions of...

March 18, 2020

Alex (8 years old) has started Dogcast, a weekly illustrated podcast about dogs, to keep all her friends and family company and help you learn about dogs at the same time. Check out the first episode on pomeranians. 

March 18, 2020

Creating has always been my way of calming myself, and processing emotions, and understanding myself and the environments that I'm a part of. Unsurprisingly then, creating is what I find myself doing most in these worrisome, confusing, and uncertain times. I love knitt...

March 15, 2020

I recently started learning how to make block prints, and I am looking forward to taking some more time to learn in the coming weeks. I made this print of a deer for my mom, which is my impression of a piece of art her twin brother, James, made for her many years ago.

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