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City Lights: The DC Teacher Art Show Distance Learning Brings Viewers Close

Plenty of artists have used pain as inspiration for their work—think Pablo Picasso’s Blue Period, for example. And 2020 provided plenty of fodder for pain-based work. But a new show fuses pain with joy by letting teachers reflect on the hardships of the last year and how they stayed connected with the communities and children that they serve. Made possible by a DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities grant, the DC Art Teacher Show Distance Learning seeks to share some of their works […