Creativity vs. COVID Exhibition
Creativity vs. COVID: Ending the Pandemic for Good
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers have been working to develop tests, treatments, and vaccines to better protect us and ease the public health crisis. An international collective of university students, artists, and access to medicine advocates has also been working to make sure those treatments are available to everyone, no matter where they live or how much money they have.
This exhibit shares creative work from the Free the Vaccine for Covid-19 collective, from handmade gifts to parody music videos. It introduces audiences to key issues that limit access to medicine and provides robust methods anyone can use to advocate for change from anywhere, especially at this time of social distancing.
The virtual exhibition will take place February 1st through April 16th. To view the virtual exhibition, please click this link.
“The Intermedia program at the University of Maine is honored to be the first host institution for this exhibition; as we watch the rollout of the vaccine proceed and recognize how vital it is to ourselves and communities across the globe.” – Dr. Susan Smith, Director of Intermedia MFA Program
The Intermedia Program will host a panel discussion online with members of the Free the Vaccine for Covid-19 Collective on Tuesday, February 23rd. For additional information, please email Dr. Susan Smith.
The on site exhibition will take place March 1st through April 16th in The Innovative Media Research and Commercialization (IMRC) Center at the University of Maine.