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Waltz for the Old WorldOlivia Tharme & Andrew Machum
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Waltz for the Old World

by Andrew Machum & Olivia Tharme

March 28th 2020, Westmount Presbyterian Church Session Meeting: closing prayer

by Lela Burt

“Amidst this fear though, I think we are all discovering a new depth to our lives. We put on hold our consumerist and productivity focused ways of living, and for once choose life. We choose family. We choose silence. We choose isolation, and in doing so we choose each other. This collective response and willingness to disrupt routine, habit, and our own personal schedules shows us the power of community. The power of unity. The power of love.” –March 22nd 2020 (partial journal entry) - Lela Burt

stopwatch
by Joshua Thompson-Persaud

hey, sorry i missed your call

the coffee maker was dripping

its monotonous song 

and i had to stare

blankly into the black space

 

wow, it’s been so long

since we talked, i meant

to get back to you, but

i went for a brisk walk

and i’ve become sooo lost

 

good to hear from you!

these are strange times

indeed, just yesterday

i forgot the faint stranger

in the mirror, how quaint

 

are you up?

i’ve been thinking...

i need some help

maybe?

 

we should definitely 

  • grab a drink

  • have a smoke

  • hug for awhile

  • pick up dinner

  • see a movie

  • hit the beach

 

when this is all over

           this is all over

        all over

           again

"This experience has taught me to appreciate every scene partner, audience member, and barbershop. I will never take you for granted every again."  - Jack Copland

Telephone

by Sydney Brooman and Martina Delisle

"Telephone is an intergenerational photo series that connects the separate, subjective, personal spaces of a mother and daughter living in different cities during the COVID-19 Pandemic."

Photography and Short Film by João Santos

"His work is autobiographical by nomadism, travel and drift. It is in a constant attempt to build new ways of seeing reality and the scenarios that are presented. It seeks to photograph what has been forgotten, rejected or left suspended. Feels particularly interested by everyday themes, the economic crisis, instability, uncertainty, moments and people who do not belong to history, the rejected ones, a kind of forgotten heroes."

21st Century

by Manasvini

Far Away Visits by Jocelyn June

Screenshot in Greyscale:
Talking With Oma (Left)

Screenshot in Greyscale:
Talking With Grandpa (Above)

Screenshot in Greyscale:
Dinner With Great-Grandma (Above)

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by Josette Joseph

by Vanshika Dhawan

How Do You Acting School When Coronavirus

by Sarah Gervais

Laundry Day

by Kristi Boulton

Morgan and his little sister Rabbit
by Jessica Le

Friendship Love Letters to Camille
by Zayn Ojoawo

Watching The World
Go By With Daddy

by Jocelyn June

A Letter To Myself Beyond Covid-19
by Sarah Minos

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