COVID-19 is a public health crisis of unprecedented magnitude. Individual and collective behaviors are contributing significantly to the steep upward curve of COVID-19 incidence as people struggle to adhere and adapt to social distancing, shelter-in-place measures, and sudden financial uncertainties.
The arts are one the of the most powerful means for communication and coping we have at our disposal today.
This Call for Collaboration offers examples and resources for using to arts to advance support communication, connection, coping and wellbeing in the COVID-19 crisis. It invites public health, arts and culture, and community development professionals, programs and agencies to:
This brief was created by the following contributors and reviewers:
Published by: The University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine in partenrship with ArtPlace America
Suggested citation: Sonke, J., Golden, T., Hand, J., Lee, J., Mason, K. (2020). Mobilizing the Arts for COVID-19 Communication and Coping. University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine.
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