#HumberAtHome Series – March 27

As we adjust to working and learning at home, it’s important to stay connected to our colleagues and our community. To help keep us all connected, we are launching 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 Alumni Interactions 

Allison Au

Featured above is Juno award-winner Allison Au who took Jazz Performance at Humber. In 2009 she formed the Allison Au quartet, which includes another Humber grad. She's a working musician who has gigs playing all sorts of music. Currently, she composes and is teaching music lessons remotely.

"I would say: Stay inspired. As a freelance musician, this pandemic has given me an unusual amount of interrupted time to work on personal projects. It's made me reflect on how grateful I am for my health and also to reevaluate the things that inspire me to be creative. So long as I am healthy, I am going to do my best to create as much as I can." 


Individual Tips from Humber Staff 

Annette Border Snel

Photo courtesy of Phil Snel, Humber PR (2018)

Annette Borger-Snel, program coordinator for the Public Relations post-graduate program recently shared her #HumberFromHome workspace on Twitter, along with the the following message:

“Making the best of working at home. Here’s my fave space – missed dressing up for work (& shoes). Senidng a bit of energy out to students. Thanks to #HumberPR PRC students, faculty and @HumberMediaArts for making the best out of the situation. #HumberAtHome #StayHomeStaySafe”


Sondos Parker Artwork

Sondos Parker is a field placement coordinator with FSCS and shares how her family is using arts and crafts to cope, disengage and find clarity and peace during this time. Featured above is stained-glass art and stones.

Please send us your #HumberAtHome photos, video clips and stories to bethany.sharpe@humber.ca.