Art in Quarantine

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Welcome to Art in Quarantine, a virtual gallery where we showcase a wide range of visual and aural art forms created by people under quarantine conditions! Our goal is to give individuals a platform to share their works of art (which could take the form of music, painting, embroidery, sketching, sculpture, etc.) with others during this difficult historic moment. Whether you’re a professional artist or have only recently started flexing your creative muscles, we invite you to share your creations with us! While all of our contributions have been created under quarantine conditions, only some of the pieces address the present moment directly while others offer us a refreshing escape from current circumstances. 

In addition to either a YouTube link to your performance piece(s) or photograph(s) of your work, we also encourage you to provide a short (optional) description that details your creative process or inspiration (max 300 words) and a short (optional) bio (max 100 words) for us to feature with your submission. 

Art in Quarantine provides a space for artists of all kinds to come together and share what they’ve been working on in these turbulent times. People express themselves in many diverse ways and through many varying forms and that’s why we feature visual, aural, and written forms of expression in our project (for written contributions of varying types, check out our Archive, Words in Quarantine, and Blogs in Quarantine). 

We hope you will share your work with the Life in Quarantine community! 

If you would like to share a personal story or perspective with our global archive, please visit Submit your Story.

If you would like to write a blog series for us, learn how at Blogs in Quarantine.

If you would like to share your creative writing, visit Words in Quarantine.

If you have any questions about submissions, or would like to know more about collaborating with Life in Quarantine: Witnessing Global Pandemic, you may contact our team at liqstanford@gmail.com.

Life in Quarantine: Witnessing Global Pandemic is an initiative sponsored by the Poetic Media Lab and the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis at Stanford University.

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Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis (CESTA),
Stanford University

Address:
4th floor, Wallenberg Hall (bldg. 160)
450 Jane Stanford Way
Stanford, CA 94305
Stanford Mail Code: 2055