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#TuesdayTips | Covid-19 Prevention Tips for 2021

The pandemic may feel endless, but there is a hopeful end in sight. In the meantime, follow wellness expert’s guidance on how to protect you, your family and your community from contracting the virus. Continue to wear a mask, practice social distancing and wash your hands regularly. We all have a part to play in the fight against covid-19.

Artwork: Carl Abrahams – Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, 1965, detail.

#TuesdayTips | Staying covid-19 free

#TuesdayTips ● With the holidays fast approaching and the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic,  it may mean that your typical holiday gatherings will look different this year.Make sure you continue to exercise precaution. Practice social distancing and wear your mask.

●Mallica “Kapo” Reynolds – Orange Grove (1975) detail.

#TuesdayTips | Health Awareness

We are living in unprecedented times and we are learning as we go about the effects and impact of this pandemic. Physical activity enhances immune function and reduces inflammation therefore it could reduce the severity of infections. Physical activity is a great stress management tool by reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Barrington Watson – Athlete’s Nightmare II (1966) detail, A.D. Scott Collection: NGJ

#MakeArtMondays | Kaleidoscope

This week’s #MakeArtMondays craft is a kaleidoscope. It is an optical device consisting of mirrors that reflect images of bits of coloured glass in a symmetrical geometric design through a viewer. Endlessly rotating the device changes the loose fragments into different mirrored designs!

*Parental supervision required.

Music: FrauMuller

#TuesdayTips | Mental Health Awareness

#TuesdayTips

Social distancing, quarantine and self isolation may begin to make us feel disconnected, disillusioned and lonely. The Ministry of Health and Wellness’ mental health hotline is available for those of us feeling the mental and emotional strains of the COVID crisis to call for support.

Mental Health Hotline: 888-NEW-LIFE (888-693-5433).

Monique Gilpin – Porcelain Disposition I, 2015 (detail).

MBCC VIRTUAL SUMMER WORKSHOP – Project 3 – ‘Pimp Yuh Box Truck’

CRITERIA:

1. Must be decorated with recycled material

2. Decoration MUST be inspired by the NATIONAL FLAG.

3. Shows high level of individuality and creativity (make it your own)

4. Submitted Work by 9 pm on Friday, August 28, 2020 via email: virtualsummerworkshopja@gmail.com.

*Parental Supervision Required*

*ONLY REGISTRANTS CAN SUBMIT COMPLETED ART WORKS*

Have Fun!

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MBCC Virtual Summer Workshop – Project 2 – ‘Bring Yuh Pot An Come’ (Yabba)

CRITERIA:

1. Bowl must be decorated.

2. No larger than 11 inches wide or tall.

3. Decoration on bowl must be inspired by the National Symbols of the Dr. Bird or Lignum Vitae Flower

4. Shows high level of individuality and creativity (make it your own)

5. Submitted Work by 5pm on Friday, August 21, 2020 via email: virtualsummerworkshopja@gmail.com.

*Parental Supervision Required*

*ONLY REGISTRANTS CAN SUBMIT COMPLETED ART WORKS*

Have Fun!

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#TuesdayTips Staying Covid Free


There are new confirmed cases of Covid-19 almost daily. Do your part in staying covid-19 free.

–Artwork: Vernon Tong – Where Are You Going?, 1959


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#TuesdayTips – Staying Covid-19 Free

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Remember to keep your distance. Let’s maintain social distancing despite the decline in spikes of COVID-19 confirmed cases.
Artwork: Adolphe Duperly – Castleton Gardens, 1901 (detail)