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GW's ArtReach program is still actively engaging with the DC community through COVID.

If you have time and materials, we encourage you to make extra masks to donate to your neighbors, the elderly, and other vulnerable individuals in your community! Making masks is a great way to be of service and helps make your community safer. Make sure you wash your hands before creating and donating!

Let us know how many masks you donated.  You can share pictures of your creations with us by emailing (artreach@gwu.edu) or tagging us on Instagram (#ArtReachAtHome).

Here is a link on how to make masks by the CDC

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPx1yqvJgf4&feature=youtu.be

Tell us your idea for a DC Oral History Project!
Learn how to apply for funding to record new oral histories or create public humanities projects using existing interviews.
Each year, the DC Oral History Collaborative makes funding available for oral history projects or for public humanities projects that use existing oral history collections. Join us for a coffee chat, workshop, or webinar session to get more information on eligibility and how to apply. 
Prospective applicants can come to discuss potential project designs or to simply gather information. All sessions are free and open to the public.
For more information, visit http://www.dcoralhistories.org.
The application deadline is January 10, 2020.

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