The images in the squares resemble human skulls peering out from behind closed windows. They represent the lost identities of the tens of thousands of people who have passed away in the last two months from the coronavirus.
The Source staff is presenting readings of books for children in the spirit of offsetting the confusion and upheaval in their lives.
Eligible individuals and organizations include those with a primary mission to promote and provide connections through creative expression.
Commissioner Jean-Pierre Oriol has announced that the VI Council on the Arts (VICA) has received $200,100 in emergency funding from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 12th annual Youth Art Month exhibition of student art from the U.S. Virgin Islands looked like it might have to be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but instead the artwork has moved online where the whole world can see it.
This is a chance for all students to research the significance of the flag of the U.S. Virgin Islands. More importantly, it is a chance for students to express what the V.I. Flag signifies to each of them.
The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands will receive $242,200 to provide emergency funding to USVI museums, libraries, archives, historic sites and other nonprofits impacted by the pandemic.
If you and your family are looking for some more enriching activities during this pandemic, five V.I. storytellers will be livestreaming V.I. folklore on Tuesday nights for five weeks, starting Tuesday, May 5.
I find mangoes deliciously difficult to paint so I am always challenged by them and can really sink my teeth into them (haha) thus providing a great distraction from the corona world outside the studio.
COVID Creativity is a new Source arts feature highlighting the work of our creative readers as they respond to a time of global pandemic.