Life just isn’t the same as it was before COVID-19 swept across the globe. Americans, Canadians, Mexicans, British, you name it, are all hunkered down (except for the idiots at California’s Huntington Beach and Florida’s Clearwater beaches), isolated from our families, friends, and places of work, wondering what’s next. Los Angeles-based ArtClass has found a way to distract us positively and build community.
Calling it “an outlet to express our fears, our hopes,” the hybrid production/post-production company has launched a social media initiative called #ArtQuarantined. The idea was simple: inspire our peers and followers on social media to stay positive during this time of self-isolation – and create! Each day, we’re issuing a new art-making challenge.
The hybrid production company is featuring their favorites on the @artclassified grid on Instagram. In just a few days, #ArtQuarantined has already grown into something bigger than a hashtag and more than 50K impressions per post.
“It has grown into a community, which is what we need more than anything as we all do our best to maintain some semblance of normal life and not hit the panic button,” states the team at ArtClass. Here are a few selected by the team at Reel 360:
The curation changes daily and you can be a part of it just by following ArtClass’s mantra – Stay inside and create.
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SOURCE: Art Class