When the pandemic closed down public spaces last March, we at A.I.R. Gallery took the opportunity to rethink how we do things. In response, A.I.R. offered innovative programming, such as Intimacy Without Proximity, that aimed to support and inspire artists from a distance. At the same time, we continued to look inward to better advance equity and inclusion within our community. It was important for us to Keep On Keepin’ On while finding new ways to do so.
A year later, we ask: How do you Keep On Keepin’ On? What changes have you made in the face of the challenges of the past year to push through, survive, or even thrive? What have you learned that you might share to inspire others?