As the COVID-19 pandemic hit the globe, medical resources and supplies have become increasingly in shortage internationally.
For many art centres and communities, children and teenagers are the main audiences of performing arts in the U.S.
Last year at the year-end, I was curating an exhibition for visiting artists in Macao at the Ox Warehouse.
In autumn, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council opened up a new art centre on Governors Island and invited famous artist Tattfoo Tan to hold an art workshop on a weekend.
When I was writing this article, it has already been one month since the grand opening of Apparition, an exhibition I curated for Heidi Lau for the La Biennale di Venezia Collateral Event.