COVID has changed our world! Forever? That remains to be seen… For how long, no one knows that answer at this point. Working from home has been an endeavour on the table for a long time. Now employers are realizing it is possible – forced by COVID. Not always an ideal situation but the debated topic is now an option.
Museums desirous of having their collection viewed virtually have been forced to accelerate that process. And so this article on cbc.ca tells us that many collections can now be viewed virtually.
It’s Monday, it’s cold, and we’re almost 1 year into this pandemic. So to distract us, if only for a moment, I thought I’d share a link to an article from the cbc.ca website which shows the beautiful patterns created in the snow, shall we call it snowshoe art, done by Kim Asmussen of Schreiber, Ontario. Art and a workout! Very cool! The link includes a video! Enjoy!
Open Culture is a site with a collection of 6000 digitized antique children’s books. The site should to come in handy for parents right about now. I clicked on the link for Zigzag Journeys on the Mississippi and got into the book right away. So go ahead explore, and allow your children to immerse themselves in thousands of historical books.
Suvuniksattinu – A 17-foot glass and wood kayak by Kaajuk Kablalik an Inuit artist based in Almonte has found it’s permanent home in the entrance of the Ottawa Hospital. The glass panels depict the history of the Inuit people.