As we continue to work and learn at home, it’s important to stay connected to our colleagues and our community. To help keep us all connected, we created the #HumberAtHome series. We want to know about how you are taking care of your well-being right now, how your teams are adding a bit of fun into your interactions, and which resources are helping you.
Here are some examples of what members of the Humber community are doing to bring their community together:
Faculty of Media & Creative Arts
At 7 p.m. tonight, second-year Theatre students are presenting a remote production of Carlo Gozzi's 1765 commedia dell'arte classic, The Green Bird. The dark fantastical comedy is directed by Adam Paolozza. John Millard is the composer/music director, Sharon Moore is the choreographer/movement coach, Heather Hill is the voice coach, Adriana Bogaard is the curating designer, and Shayna Robinson is the assistant director. All are welcome to watch here, password – 320961.
Hello is the most powerful word against loneliness and Humber Lakeshore has started a great initiative in declaring Wednesdays as Hello-gram days. It's pretty simple to brighten someone's day. Record your 5 – 10 second hello-gram and send it to @humberlakeshore via messages with your account and your friend’s account to tag. Let's all say more hellos!
Career Services hopes everyone is safe and staying productive these last few weeks. They have developed a series of working from home tips, check them out here. For more information, please visit careers.humber.ca.
Please send us your #HumberAtHome photos, video clips and stories to firstname.lastname@example.org.