In Partnership with the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland (RCPI) Heritage Centre Exhibition curated by Dr. Eoin Kelleher and Harriet Wheelock, RCPI Keeper of Collections Guest Review by Jane Burns This exhibition has been developed from the artwork of Eoin Kelleher who has produced a series of Living with COVID Comics in the Irish Independent Newspaper since the start of the pandemic. Eoin is seasoned artist who has a fantastic way of connecting complex, emotive, and personal perspectives in comic formats. The exhibition is developed using Microsoft SWAY which makes it user friendly, interactive, and easy to share and… Read More
Book Review by Kevin Wolf COVID Chronicles: True Stories from the Front Lines of COVID-19 The Nib #7 – Pandemic Issue The (Santa Cruz) Comic News – April 2020 Issue COVID Chronicles: A Comics Anthology I’ve heard it said that journalism is the first draft of history, because it’s writing about events that are currently happening and doesn’t have the hindsight that time provides to try to figure out how all the events fit together and global look of its causes and effects. This review covers the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. The most recent events mentioned are from… Read More
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As a medical librarian, I know that the information about COVID-19 is overwhelming, so the information most important to families and communities is something that should be highlighted and shared often. Communication about the Novel Coronavirus pandemic of 2020 sheds light on how comics help communities in different areas. Native American communities across the US are not immune to the pandemic. As cases are rising in tribal communities, many nations have announced stay at home orders for citizens and are preparing for the worst outcomes. In response, Native artists and creators have put their energy into creating art that… Read More