ON FILMMAKING | How Local Theatres and Museums Have Weathered the Pandemic

April 12, 2021

Community Supported Film mentioned in magazine article about how arts organizations have weathered the pandemic…

The fiscal damage created by the COVID-19 pandemic has been felt across the globe. Arguably, one of the hardest hit industries is the arts and entertainment world. A year later, the breadth of the damage left in the wake of this crisis is frighteningly beginning to surface.

Source: Northshore Magazine, by KAREN NASCEMBENI, How Local Theatres and Museums Have Weathered the Pandemic

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