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COVID-19 in 2020: Apart but Together
12 November, 2020, 10:00 am - 22 November, 2020, 5:00 pm
Activities will be taking place both in person (socially distanced) and online.
COVID-19 fundamentally changed our world in 2020. It has forced us to create distance from each other. This event will use art, creative writing and storytelling to bring people together to share experiences of how COVID-19 has impacted us and how we have adjusted to the new socially-distanced world.
A physical magnet exhibition will be held outside at Queen Mary University of London for those that want to visit an exhibition in person. An online exhibition of COVID-19 themed art will also be released throughout the festival, alongside an evening of online storytelling on Friday 20 November where people will share their stories of this new world.
This event is part of the series ‘Navigating New Worlds’ organised by Queen Mary University of London.
Please check the latest guidelines before visiting. Remember that you can only visit as an individual or with members of your household or support bubble as part of your daily exercise, respecting social distancing at all time.
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