During the most trying of times, we turn to the creative community to shed light, new perspective and hope. This was clear at the onset of the pandemic when singers, visual artists, and dancers took to the digital space to remind the world that “you are not alone.” When war broke in Ukraine last February 2022, the country’s creative community–along with the rest of the world–sought out ways to inspire, empower, and support those bravely standing at the frontlines.
It’s at times like these that the creative spirit shines the brightest. Following the Russian invasion, reports about war-stricken Ukraine were equal parts devastating and disheartening. Despite
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