On Call: Reimagining How We Gather, Creatives in the Time of Corona
Social distancing does not mean social isolation.

This is a call for local artists and those who are in the creative sector to suggest important topics and concerns they (you) may have during these times of uncertainty. Let's talk!

These topics will be collated and will help frame the online community conference that will go live on Friday, March 27, 2020 at 6PM to 8PM via Pineapple Lab & Fringe MNL. Guest speakers and resource speakers will be invited to provide insights and share their resources to help out the community of artists who are also affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic.

It is important that you provide your contact information so any clarifications, questions, or changes in the event may be communicated to you. Thanks kindly for taking the time to contribute to the survey below & we look forward to gathering with you all soon on Friday, March 27, 2020 at 6PM!

*Image in banner features part of a mural created by Fringe 2020 Artist YOYOJIN @yoyojinxx.
Name *
Email Address *
Location *
What type of work do you do? *
How has the enhanced community quarantine affected your line of work and the communities you are part of/work with? *
What are the immediate concerns/challenges you are personally facing during this time? *
What are the 5 most pressing topics you would want to be discussed during an online community gathering for the artistic community? *
Can you suggest resource persons, collectives, and organizations - both in the arts and culture sector (artists, anthropologists, cultural workers) and outside the arts sector (i.e. lawyer, healthcare workers) - that can shed some light or are able to share professional opinions, expertise, and resources in the topics you suggested? Please indicate Name, Position, Expertise, and Contact Information.
Would YOU like to be a Resource Speaker? *
If you answered 'YES' to being a resource person what topic/s would you like to discuss or share to the community? Please make sure you are available on Friday, March 27, 2020 at 530PM (30 minutes before the actual conference).
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