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Students: Are you making art during the coronavirus pandemic? Share it with us

Boston.com wants to share the creativity of students during the stay-at-home advisory

A mural by Ruben Rojas in Santa Monica, Calif., during the coronavirus pandemic, April 27, 2020.

Students are missing out on a lot during the coronavirus pandemic. To process their frustration, disappointment, confusion, and hope, some students are using a creative outlet. 

“Nothing like this has happened in a hundred years, so a hundred [years of] seniors got to do what they’re supposed to do. And we don’t,” said Cassandra Rio, a senior in Georgetown, Mass. who recently shared an essay with Boston.com about ending her high school career during a pandemic. 

Boston.com wants to share the creativity of students during the stay-at-home advisory. Have you started painting, crafted a poem, or composed a song inspired by your experience during the pandemic? Have you polished your skills in video editing or photography, or learned how to cross stitch? Share your creations with us. 

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Interested students can submit their audio, visual, or written work to [email protected]. Please include your full name, grade level, and school name, as well as a short description of your work. Other details about your current experience are also welcome. 

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