Staying connected during the pandemic

As we watch the entire world closing down, we can have no doubt that we are living through a time of extraordinary challenge.  No one is more adversely affected by the necessary social distancing measures than practitioners and learners in the arts and learning sector. Many professionals find themselves unable to earn a living; long planned for events and programs have been cancelled or postponed – often after significant expenditures have already been committed; learners have seen their connection with the arts abruptly severed.

We invite you to join with us as well as colleagues in British Columbia and Yukon for an online roundtable discussion to provide an opportunity for you to compare the realities you are facing and to share measures you are taking through digital media and other points of contact to sustain your work, especially as it is applied to helping communities deal with the social and emotional impact of COVID-19.

Presented by Canadian Network of Arts & Learning