Over the past several months, the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc across economies and communities around the globe; closing businesses, cancelling events, and prohibiting the gathering of people in groups.

One of the earliest questions I had at the onset of the coronavirus outbreak was, “How will the Arts survive this?” As an industry driven by events, in-person interaction, and site-specific happenings, what does a socially-distanced art world look like? 

Courtland Blade in front of his paintings at the Harrison Center

Courtland Blade in front of his paintings at the Harrison Center

Willard Johnson with his work at the Harrison Gallery

Willard Johnson with his work at the Harrison Gallery

Arts Writer

Kyle Herrington is an artist and curator who has worked in the Indianapolis arts community for over 14 years. He is especially passionate in sharing the perspectives of emerging artists other marginalized and underrepresented voices through his work.

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