Artrageous in Quarantine


Hello Friends,

Sending this Newsletter and hoping you are all happy, healthy and vibrant!

We are thinking of you!


I'm sure you know that we wish we could wrap our arms around each and

everyone of you!


It seems that each person is handling this time in quarantine so differently than

anyone else. And I think that is a very important point. If you are handling it by reading

a lot or enjoying the time with your kids or being a boss and holding everyone together

or if you are just holding yourself together or giving your kids more screen time

and packaged meals than you would like just because that is literally all you can do,

that is perfect too. Please let's not compare ourselves with our neighbor. We are all doing a great job!


We are fortunate here in NM, in my opinion, and have the ideal setup for something

like this to happen to the world. Even then, it is hard. Dang hard. We are all sheltering

at home together so are able to use a team effort to get things done.

We share in tasks like cleaning and shopping...

And of course there are music nights and movie nights and craft nights. But still,

friends, it's hard...

In this quarantine time, it made me realize just how important the arts are. It's not that I didn't know how they improve your brain and your state and help with balance and aging and all sorts of amazing things. I just realized it in a more essential way... Imagine being in quarantine without arts, without creativity, without entertainment. Arts add a light to the day. They uplift and make you feel in a deeper way. Arts create a certain kind of freedom that can release you from the ordinary. Arts should never be looked at as a luxury after this!

As a community of artists and creative types, when our tour got cut short and with uncertainty of the future of entertainment and gatherings, we were left a little bit floundering... At least I was. We decided to use the time to work on the Business side of things that we usually can't get to while on tour.

We decided to redo our website and are currently in the process of switching platforms which is a huuuge project. It has been on the schedule every day since the day we stopped touring and the end is still not in sight.

We are fortunate to be able to lean on each other and push each other to be productive and continue to engage.

One of the most important things to us was to keep connected with you. We wanted to keep inspiring you and showing you how important you are to us. We are grateful that you are sharing with us through our Live tutorials and mini performances on Facebook. We hope that it helps add some levity and creativity to your day.

We wish we had a crystal ball to see where this will all lead but for now we will continue on hoping that we will see all of our friends again in the Fall at a lively theatre near you. We can't wait to wrap our arms around you all again and share in the joy of creating together! Fingers and paint brushes crossed.

Until next time, be well.

Artfully yours,

Lauri

We'd love to be able to put our upcoming tour dates here but ....

We are off the map for now.

Please stay tuned. We'll let you know as soon as we have anything to report!

Be sure to join us on our Facebook Page to tune into our live classes and mini performances. www.facebook.com/artrageousshow

Or on Instagram @artrageousshow for some behind the scenes sneak peeks!

How are you managing in quarantine?

Are you creating? Are you doing things that you wouldn't normally do?

If you need a friend to hang out with or chat to, we can be quarantine pen pals (or email pals.) Just shoot me a line and I'll shoot one right back.

If you want to Share anything you are creating we have an amazing group on Facebook called Artrageous Arts Community where you can share your work or just get inspired!

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About Me

Hello friends! I'm Lauri. I travel the world with Artrageous. I wear many hats - as an artist, singer, dancer, Artreach coordinator, costume designer, choreographer, homeschool mom, production team member and chef! This has been what I have done for my whole adult life and I can't begin to tell you how rewarding it is... hopefully you'll get a glimpse of the amazing people I meet, the incredible places I've been and the crazy and creative things I get to do through this Newsletter. 

Artfully yours,

Lauri 

 

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