Art in the time of a pandemic

Art in the time of a pandemic

To Our Dedicated Audience:

InLiquid wants to assure our audiences that we are closely following recommendations pertaining to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We have taken proper precautions for the safety and health of our staff and community by proactively closing our exhibition spaces and postponing our scheduled programming. 

As we continue to follow the guidelines provided by health officials, we will continue to work on creating beautiful experiences by inviting you to visit us digitally on our website and social media channels. While we want to practice social distancing, we do not want to fall into the perils of social disconnection.

We have cultivated a resource list to help artists with emergency expenditures and direct them to organizations that have the financial resources to help ease the burden of those affected by COVID-19. 

While you shelter-at-home, celebrate your collections by submitting to our Everyone is a Collector campaign, read our blog, or give to InLiquid if you can!

To Our Members:

InLiquid is returning to our roots with our robust online exhibition schedule during this time by having regular calls for online exhibitions, online workshops, artist lead activities, and more; all exclusively for InLiquid members. As we are doing our part to help by staying at home, InLiquid is looking for ways to help promote our members and give them more opportunities than ever! 

We are uniquely poised to help promote our members with over 20,000 contacts across our social media pages, and 77,000 unique website views. We are still advocating for our artists by reaching people from the safety of their own homes.

Interested in joining InLiquid to be apart of our creative community and stay connected to artists during quarantine? We are accepting applications on a rolling basis from now for the foreseeable future. 

Feature image: Unsaid (installation) by Summer Hart, at Commerce Square