COVID-19 Anxiety: Location, Refuge and Loss

Daniel Payne,Vanitas painting: Homage to Clara Peeters. A librarian seated at a table with precious objects in the time of covid-19. 2020.

COVID-19 Anxiety: Location, Refuge and Loss is a collaborative creation research project led by Dr. Pam Patterson, Assistant Professor, TIS, Faculty of Art, with Daniel Payne, OCAD U Library and Joanna Black, University of Manitoba. It is being funded by an OCAD U Seed Grant, a Canada Council Strategic Initiatives Digital Futures COVID-19 Grant, and a University of Manitoba Creative Works Grant. Researchers have been exploring the generative potential of working in joyful, vulnerable, and committed communities of practice. Accepting anxiety as a given, as inherent in creative making, and during this pandemic, they are exploring mutually supportive pedagogies among themselves, with Gallery 1313, Toronto, and with OCADU and University of Manitoba students. Creating a resource rich environment for learning, they are developing curricular resources and teaching and learning models that are being articulated as individually expressive research results.

To attend the Fall Speaker Series, please see here: https://www.ocadu.ca/news/covid-19-and-anthropocene-ocad-u-speakers-series ,
To view the website (in progress), please see: http://covid19anxiety.ca/

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Daniel Payne,Vanitas painting: Homage to Clara Peeters. A librarian seated at a table with precious objects in the time of covid-19. 2020.

COVID-19 Anxiety: Location, Refuge and Loss is a collaborative creation research project led by Dr. Pam Patterson, Assistant Professor, TIS, Faculty of Art, with Daniel Payne, OCAD U Library and Joanna Black, University of Manitoba. It is being funded by an OCAD U Seed Grant, a Canada Council Strategic Initiatives Digital Futures COVID-19 Grant, and a University of Manitoba Creative Works Grant. Researchers have been exploring the generative potential of working in joyful, vulnerable, and committed communities of practice. Accepting anxiety as a given, as inherent in creative making, and during this pandemic, they are exploring mutually supportive pedagogies among themselves, with Gallery 1313, Toronto, and with OCADU and University of Manitoba students. Creating a resource rich environment for learning, they are developing curricular resources and teaching and learning models that are being articulated as individually expressive research results.

To attend the Fall Speaker Series, please see here: https://www.ocadu.ca/news/covid-19-and-anthropocene-ocad-u-speakers-series ,
To view the website (in progress), please see: http://covid19anxiety.ca/

Department: