COVID-19 Resources as discussed on Community in Quarantine

I am co-hosting a radio program, Community in Quarantine, on Seattle’s KBFG, 107.3 FM (www.kbfgSeattle.org), which I hope is temporary.  (We plan to air this show throughout the quarantine, and I hope that cannot be permanent.)  We invite listeners to call in and talk about how they are coping, what they do to stay busy, and sane.  Maybe our listeners have hints to keep their kids occupied whilst they work from home; whatever people want to talk about.  We have this show, live Saturdays 9-11am Seattle time.

During the course of the show, we talk about available resources on the Internet, and, in case you are slow to pick up all the details, as I am, we provide herein links to those resources that we’ve either talked about on the radio show, Community in Quarantine, or we’ve meant to discuss.

Updates for 18 April 2020

Live From Our Living Rooms: A Virtual Benefit for our DIY Community

Hosted by Artist Home and The Vera Project, a blast of material will stream on Friday, 24 April 7-10pm.  Watch  https://theveraproject.org or their Facebook page.

Anna Edwards blog, DARE to listen; dedicated to music composed by women, people of color and LGBTQ; https://www.annaedwardsconductor.com/blog-posts

Whilst closed due to social distancing, The Greenwood Art Collective offers virtual tours, virtual art shows, opportunities to buy art.  https://www.greenwoodartcollective.com/

 

 

Funds for Artists

Seattle’s Office of Arts & Culture;Art Beat Blog  — “Resources for Artists and Organizations Amid COVID-19”

https://artbeat.seattle.gov/

King County Creative — COVID-19 Handbook for Creative Industries     https://handbook.kingcountycreative.com

Musicians that are livestreaming that you might want to learn to Love …

Erin Jorgensen
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaSqsAgjHB822f_Qisq5mlw

Lorenzo Marasso

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_QQaYPnHqhu9PcR0U7TPyA

Ben Gibbard (from the Deathcab for Cutie channel):

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOtn115fCfFKIxG7_Quv9ZA

Spencer Ludwig (I don’t know that he’s livestreaming, but I challengend a young, aspiring trumpet player to check him out)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuq_oZsZ8dfkXoqNzohi2UA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3CHFCJVEPY

Joss Stone (she needs to learn the meaning of “unique”; it means ‘one of a kind’, thus nothing is “very unique”, but recommended nonetheless)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4u7RUlcx0E&fbclid=IwAR2rHR1S7bmOnEU6SjzSXEJMRS33Cw6z3kzXSj-nLJ8QXwVd7XrwQzyWkvg

 

 …And places to find more livestreams / videos

 Seattle’s Live Music Project (including the Little Gems Series)

https://livemusicproject.org/calendar/category/livestream/

Quarantunes, from London (? I think)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC08ioUUIxt0As-GwzsGWtkA

from NPR, a List Of Live Virtual Concerts To Watch During The Coronavirus Shutdown

https://www.npr.org/2020/03/17/816504058/a-list-of-live-virtual-concerts-to-watch-during-the-coronavirus-shutdown?fbclid=IwAR1Nx13Ow3xv1fXR5fC4XEUJXfqjpvWXFWUdS__Zq4m7eFumRKwErBStMFk

 

Educational Resources  / Science you can use:  We could all use more science education, even the scientists among us.

Science Fridays

https://www.sciencefriday.com/

https://www.sciencefriday.com/educational-resources/snotty-plots-how-do-you-graph-a-sneeze/

Smarter EveryDay

https://www.youtube.com/user/destinws2

 

Good Reading, if you need more (and I know that you do)

 Nick Cave answers fan mail.  Sounds quaint, but if you don’t know Nick Cave, he is a warm presence in a cruel world.  Check him out.

https://www.theredhandfiles.com/