Taiwan: The state of museums in Taiwan amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Huang Shan Shan
At the end of 2019, a strange spate of infections from an as-yet unidentified virus came to light in Wuhan, China. Having had a painful experience with SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), the Taiwanese government promptly stepped up its vigilance, held a press conference about the infection on December 31, and began quarantining travelers from Wuhan on the same day.
Art in the Face of COVID-19 – Australia
History moves slowly, then all at once, and we are all swept up in its tide.
USA: Changes Wrought by the Pandemic, Changes Progressing Despite the Pandemic
On March 4, 2020, the VIP preview of New York’s foremost art fair, the Armory Show, took place much as it had in previous years.
Our way of life has been transformed by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that began in 2020.You could say that the social impact of coronavirus has been particularly significant because it relates to the most fundamental aspect of everybody life: communication. In other words because it is a virus that spreads through the process of meeting people and conveying something to them.