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
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
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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.