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2020-03-30This article posted by Al Dia about Covid Art and a virtual museum in Barcelona, Spain, where a collection of covid art can be viewed. The collection consists of illustrations, photographs, paintings, drawings, animations, video, etc. According to the one of the publicists, these pieces of art reflect how we are all living and feeling during the pandemic. Art has always reflected what was going on during that time period. #covidart, #pandemic, #virtualmuseum, #quarantine, #Barcelona (HST580, Arizona State University)
2020-03-31Psychology Professor David Langer also notes that self-care is one of the first steps in being prepared to care for one's children. "Caring for yourself not only makes it easier to care for your children and care for others, it also models for children that self-care is important. He also advises: "Two key things that have enormous benefits for mental and physical health and well-being are physical activity and spending time outside. As of right now, guidelines still allow for families to take walks, hikes, bike rides, and do other outdoor activities together while maintaining appropriate distance from others. These are behaviors parents can model and encourage that will benefit everyone. In addition to physical activity and outside time, take time to do enjoyable things like playing games and pursuing hobbies."
2020-04-23Suffolk faculty encourage people of all ages to explore and record the world around them, and with the coronavirus keeping so many at home, opportunities abound for those interested in joining a growing movement toward citizen science. "Some people want to do science because they're concerned about what is happening in the environment, and they want to have a positive impact. Some are naturally curious about the world around them," says Professor Patricia Hogan, director of Suffolk's Center for Urban Ecology & Sustainability. She sees a role for people who are not trained in science.