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Dear Olawumi
 
Mental health and wellness are always important. Having a dedicated practice can be difficult in normal circumstances, and social distancing can sometimes exacerbate stressors. It's crucial during this time to pause and notice how you feel, take breaks from COVID-19 content, make time to sleep and get exercise, make sure you connect with loved ones, and seek help when you need it. 

Art can be a powerful tool to center yourself, work through your emotions, and have a cathartic release. So in this week's email, we're honoring Mental Health Awareness Month with a series of virtual events like a Movement Workshop with Jean Appolon, a panel on mental health and social distancing, a virtual exhibition on emotional healing, and more. Plus, on the ArtsBoston blog, we've compiled a list of resources for your emotional health and seven songs that bring us joy and hopefully will do the same for you. 

Stay safe, and we'll be back next week.

- The ArtsBoston Team

Boston Streaming: 5 Arts Events To Check Out

Arts, Mental Health & Social Distancing

May 13 | Free

Join the BU Arts Initiative for a thoughtful and timely discussion with three mental health experts to discuss Arts, Mental Health & Social Distancing... Read More →

Movement Workshop with Jean Appolon

May 14 | Free

Enjoy a movement workshop full of hope and healing through Haitian folkloric dance with Jean Appolon on Facebook Live... Read More →

Art for Physical and Emotional Healing

Now - June 30 | Free

This exhibit explores how and why we strive to achieve and maintain personal wellness and yet still, sometimes, fall short of attaining that goal... Read More →

Together Apart: See You Yesterday

Now - May 24 | Free

Nineteen Cambodian performers utilize acrobatics and circus arts to explore the fragmented narratives of the survivors of the Khmer Rouge genocide... Read More →

Passim Streams: Isa Burke

May 15 | Free

Isa Burke is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist based in Boston; watch perform from home for Club Passim's streaming series... Read More →

Find More Online/Streaming Events

From the ArtsBoston Calendar Blog

 

Social distancing has added a whole new layer to what it means to take care of ourselves emotionally and mentally. So we've put together some online resources to connect you to support systems and pathways for personal wellness... Read More →

 

Listening to music is an easy way to alter mood or relieve stress, so the ArtsBoston staff has put together a quick list of songs that bring a little happiness and hopefully will put a smile on your face too... Read More →

One Thing You Can Do To Help This Week

The Theatre Offensive QTPOC Artists and Youth Relief Fund provides rapid grants of up to $200 to help Queer and Trans youth and artists weather the coronavirus crisis. Help maintain a strong source of community and joy by donating today.

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