Covid-19 Resources, Art-Science Toolkit, Social Distancing and Connectedness
VIRTUAL SOCIAL CONNECTING PLATFORM: COFFEE & COCKTAILS
Mondays, 5:00–6:30 p.m. (PST)
Thursdays, 9:00–10:30 a.m. (PST)
We’re holding a virtual space to connect. These twice-weekly online gatherings don’t have a theme, but we offer this as an opportunity to connect with the greater Leonardo community. Join with a coffee or a cocktail/mocktail as appropriate to your time zone!
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RESEARCH AND READING ON ART, VIRUSES AND SOCIAL CONNECTEDNESS
We’ve curated a reading list for you. These are free for everyone to read through 30 April. Please use these for your own reading, as curriculum or for research.
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VIRTUAL DIALOGUE: WE=LINK ONLINE EXHIBITION
6 April 2020
Join Leonardo's Social Connecting with Coffee and Cocktails for an informal discussion around the online exhibition We=Link Ten Easy Pieces with special guest ZHANG Ga from the Chronus Art Center along with artists and partners to be announced. Moderated by Managing Director Danielle Siembieda. Find out more
LASER ONLINE! SUPPORT FOR OUR LASER COMMUNITIES
Our global speaker series, LASER Talks, will continue to convene moving to an online format. We are offering a Zoom Webinar and Meeting capabilities for all our LASER cities and leaders. Please check with your local LASER Host to see how to participate online. Find out more
- Coronavirus Tech Handbook—A crowdsourced resource for technologists building things related to the coronavirus outbreak. Find out more
- Online Art & Design Studio Instruction in the Age of “Social Distancing”—A Facebook group with several resources on how to get your class online and connecting. Find out more
- COVID-19 & Freelance Artists Resources Find out more
- FEMeeting—FEMeeting and the organizing teams of FEMeeting 2020: Paris and FEMeeting 2020: Troy are launching a call for 2-minute video podcasts in response to the upcoming events brought by the COVID-19 crisis. Find out more
- Crisis Reader—Articles from International Security journal, made free to read by MIT Press.
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- Open Source COVID19 Medical Supplies Facebook Group—This group is being formed to evaluate, design, validate, and source the fabrication of open source emergency medical supplies around the world, given a variety of local supply conditions. Find out more
- Exploratorium Learning Toolbox—Make sense of timely topics and find general science support for your virtual classroom or learning together at home. Find out more
- Vera List Center for Art and Politics—COVID-19 Resource Toolkit for Artists and our Extended Communities. Find out more
- Bio RENDER—Create Professional Science Figures in Minutes. Find out more
- Center for Cultural Innovation—Emergency Resources for Artists and Freelancers. Find out more
- JOGL Projects—Open-source research and innovation laboratory catalyzing the collective creation of knowledge and solutions to resolve humanity's most urgent challenges. Find out more
- KINSA Health Map digital thermometer crowdsourced with data to identify fevers around the world Find out more
- DIY Ventilator Designing a low-cost, open source ventilator with Arduino Find out more
FluMob - Resources for Protecting the Uninfected and Serving the Infected Find out more
DIY Pressure Cuff Emergency Ventilator COVID-2019 The Pressure Cuff Emergency Ventilator was created by Aisen Caro Chacin, Ph.D. and Christopher Zahner, MD at the UTMB MakerHealth space, a fabrication lab where hospital nurses, doctors, and staff prototype medical devices at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX. Drive folder with instructions.
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