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The COVID-19 pandemic has put the world in a very tough position. Many people are feeling anxious about the state of things due to rising tensions in America and economic problems. However, it’s nice to know that art has been a source of solace for many people during these unprecedented times. Keep reading to learn about why art matters more than ever during the COVID-19 crisis.

Expressing How People Are Feeling

You probably know that art is a perfect way for people to express how they’re feeling. People have many different takes and emotional responses to this pandemic that need to be expressed through art. You’re going to see many paintings, songs, plays, poems, and more being written about this pandemic. Simply being able to express what you’re feeling inside is quite cathartic.

Coping with the Situation

Coping with the situation has been difficult for some people. This is especially true for those who have problems with social isolation and feel as if they’re going stir crazy. Art is a way to calm your mind and focus on what matters to you. People can use art to get through these tough times because it’s great at alleviating stress and anxiety symptoms.

Remembering How the World Was

Being able to look back and see how the world was before the pandemic is nice. Art gives people the ability to travel back in time to when things felt a bit less tense. While it isn’t necessarily all about escapism, it is nice to be able to gaze back at the past and think about things. The world is changed now but remembering the past can help people to strive toward a brighter future.

Using Art to Promote Social Change and Safe Practices

Art is a powerful tool that humanity has utilized for a long time and things are no different now. At the moment, art is being used to try to promote social change and to promote safe practices. This has to do with the social problems in the country that have been brought to light by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s also helping people to better understand how they can keep themselves and their families safe during this period of time.