Artworks made during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Each artist uses their work to tell a personal story about the impact of the shutdown.

This exhibit will be available to view on the Arts Council’s website from June 30 – August 31.

When the world seemed to shut down, the artists featured in this exhibit seized the opportunity to further embrace their creativity. Some artists used their extra time at home to finally start a long-planned project, others turned to art to cope with this unpredictable period. The chosen pieces show that inspiration during a pandemic can come in all forms. Featuring paintings, multimedia, mosaics, and even some poetry, this exhibit encapsulates this significant moment in time.

This juried exhibit features over 40 artists, a fraction of the total submissions. “There was an immense response to the call for this show,” says CCAC Education and Visual Arts Coordinator, Moriah Tyler, “It really illuminated what I already knew: that the arts are where most of us find comfort during difficult times.”


  • Starting Tuesday, June 30th, 2020, repeats every week on Friday until Saturday, August 01, 2020 — all day


Carroll Arts Center

91 W. Main St.
Westminster, MD 21157


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