Separate/Together invites community members to make art sharing their lived experiences of being in quarantine, on the sidewalk via an art therapy prompt. The idea of art as medicine dates back to antiquity, and the act of creating art has been linked to improvement in emotional well-being. Separate/Together hopes to help us cope with the stressors of COVID-19 and to give the community a way to connect in this bizarre time of social distancing. The most recent iteration of this project took place on Hauser Blvd. between Obama and Coliseum in Baldwin Hills in Los Angeles, California on May 30 and 31. **This project abides by all local and national safety protocols to keep participants safe during the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine.**
Separate/Together, separate, together, Nicole Rademacher, social practice, public practice, COVID-19, drive-by-art, drive-by-art LA, Village Green Los Angeles, Village Green, 2020
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