curate

verb (used with object), cu·rat·ed, cu·rat·ing.

  1. to take charge of or organize
  2. to pull together, sift through, and select for presentation.

 

Reflections from my Room

By Abby Wilcoxson

 
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Screenshot of the reflections written by Abby Wilcoxson. Click to read the refelctions.
 

Video

By Connor Marschall

 
An image with yellow and blue background and text that reads "curated narration". Click to read Dave Birrell's curated narrations.
Dave Birrell's written work. Click to see larger image.
 
By Dave Birrell
 
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Video

By Ethan Ponce

 

Liturgical Living: Food

By Hannah Guerrero

 

Can food be a customary practice of worship?

(Many of the videos were taken pre-covid.)

 

Painting

By Jane Tully

 

Video

By Jeremy Smith and Kim Rempel

 

Kim on guitar and Jeremy on the slivered almonds

 
Painting of a boy standing on snow in the dark with couple flames around him. Artwork by Josh Wesey. Links to the larger image.
Artwork by Josh Wesey. Links to the larger image.
 
By Josh Wesey
 

Video

By Kat Framst

 

Meet Khoh!

Though he only came home about three weeks ago he has greatly and positively impacted my mental health. Living alone during the pandemic is hard. With school online there would be days where I wouldn’t leave the apartment and I wouldn’t interact with anyone outside of an online space. This caused my mental health to take a large hit. Having Khoh in my life has caused a huge shift. I now have a routine where we go outside 6+ times a day, two walks, and I have to care for and train another living being. Khoh has allowed me to feel less alone and to rediscover the joy that pets can provide. This video is a sample of the tricks that we have been working on together these past weeks. While he is still learning, it is exciting to get to work with him and watch him grow.

 

Music

By Matthew Baysa

 

Music

By Matthew Baysa

 

Reflection

By Sarah Penney

 
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Screenshot of Sarah Penney's reflections. Click to read Sarah's reflections.