This is the eighth piece in the series Coronavirus and the City: One Question, an initiative of the School of Cities at the University of Toronto.
Each week, we ask experts for their responses to a single question.
In this special edition of ‘Coronavirus and the City: One Question’ we asked a few of our staff and faculty if their kids would be willing to share their impressions of life in the city during the pandemic – through art.
|Artwork||Name & Age||Material|
|Zoom Zoo||Neelu, 6||Acrylic paint on canvas|
|Coronavirus potions for the city and robot||Maya, 6||Popsicle sticks, plants, tape, paper, pen, crayon|
|World Park||Eliot, 5||Mixed media diorama|
|All the Dots will Come Together: Pointillist Toronto||Leo, 5, Alice, 10, Francesco, 8 and Emma, 2||Acrylic paint on paper|