Suggestions for Surviving the Arts Drought:

1)  Assume a performance has been cancelled - double-check before leaving home.
2) Your favorite artists and arts organizations are hurting, so consider regular contributions.
3) We will get through this together - use this gap to plan ahead for better times.
4) Our blog exists to help presenters communicate, so if you have info that benefits others, send to cvnc1@cvnc.org.
5) Read our coping articles-in-lieu-of-reviews for helpful hints while under stay-at-home orders.

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