Creativity helps arts stay alive in pandemic

Emilee Geist

Larry R. Thompson
 |  President of Ringling College of Art and Design

In last month’s article, I shared my belief that creativity is the path that will lead us through this pandemic. In the coming months, I will highlight areas of life and the economy in which creativity is not only keeping us going, but also driving new ideas and new ways of doing things that may well remain as we emerge from this crisis.

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