Art plays an important role in holding communities together and, in its own way, brings harmony among all. But ever since all the exhibits have been closed and since shows are postponed or canceled, the traditions in arts all have come to a pause. At present, the D.C. area art organizations all are working up to showcase how art culture would turn out to be after the pandemic ends.
Kristi Maiselman is the Executive Director at Cultural D.C., and she believes visual and performing arts will see the difference after when the shows are back on track. And for safekeeping, the halls will only occupy half of its capacity, and she also mentioned ”artists are already beginning to create work that reflects what is happening in the world during the pandemic, but the live shows can not be guessed yet.” Andrea Carroll-McNeil mentions suggestions in her talk about funding the arts and humanities as it’s for noble cases.
She is the one who sees to the grant programs humanities which are in D.C. The organization is funding many documentaries of the live reaction due to the pandemic as it becomes history. The organizations give a hint that after the pandemic, the arts and culture exhibits will become more of the digital and virtual experience. The are many people working for the virtual effects, and soon it will all be exhibited for all to see.
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