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South Florida Artists Haven't Slowed Down Their Work. Are You One Of Them?

Luis Hernandez

The coronavirus pandemic may haved forced arts venues to shut down, but that doesn't mean South Florida artists have slowed down.

We've found that many are staying connected with their audiences through social media and live-streaming events. Everywhere you look, local theater companies, playwrights, musicians, actors, dancers, choreographers, spoken-word and visual artists are hosting such online happenings.

WLRN's new series called "Intermission" is covering how the arts in South Florida are trying to stay healthy throughout the crisis.

If you're an independent artist or arts organization who's exploring new ways to do this, we would love to hear from you.

To share your story, email us at talktous@wlrnnews.org with the word "Intermission" in the subject line.
A producer or reporter may be in touch to follow up. 

Years ago, after racking her brains trying to find a fun, engaging, creative night gig to subsidize her acting habit, Chris decided to ride her commercial voiceover experience into the fast-paced world of radio broadcasting. She started out with traffic reporting, moved on to news -- and never looked back. Since then, Chris has worked in newsrooms throughout South Florida, producing stories for radio broadcasts and the web.