Art in the Time of Coronavirus // Jacob Docksey

Salutations, SOTAns! We hope you are all well and getting through this crazy time alright. The coronavirus has effected everything. Ev-er-y-thi-ng. The art world is obviously no exception. This week, we talk about what kind of changes and adjustments various arts organizations are making. We also suggest some recommendations for how to engage in the arts during the time of social distancing and how to support local artists.

SOTA will keep bringing you local content and giving artists a platform for their voice.

That being said, be sure not to miss this interview with local painter, Jacob Docksey who works between 2D and 3D art, assemblages and painting.

References:

“Despite Anxious Times, Museums Offer a “Moment of Zen” on Twitter” – Hyperallergic

“Here’s a running list of coronavirus-related event postponements and cancelations” – CityPages

“See a List of Coronavirus-Related Closures at Museums Around the World” – ArtNews

“Week In Review: Coronavirus Prompts Art World Closures and Delays; Shell Ends Partnership With Two UK Art Institutions” – Hyperallergic

“2,500 Museums You Can Now Visit Virtually” – Hyperallergic

Jacob Docksey on MNArtists

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