COVID-19 still affects the arts landscape, and many people – patrons, artists, and administrators alike – have ongoing questions. Dr. Graham Snyder, Medical Director of Infection Prevention and Hospital Epidemiology at UPMC and Associate Professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the University of Pittsburgh, has graciously volunteered to host four 30-minute sessions updating the arts community on issues relating to COVID-19.
Join Dr. Graham for updates and question-and-answer sessions from 10-10:30am on Friday May 20th, June 10th, July 22nd, and August 19th to stay up to date on local health news and procedures. These sessions are free, and you must sign up to receive a Zoom link.
Dr. Graham Snyder is the Medical Director of Infection Prevention and Hospital Epidemiology at UPMC and is an Associate Professor at the Division of Infectious Diseases of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
Sarah Schreck (she/her) has served the Arts Council since 2019 as an intern, part-time employee, and now as Manager of Marketing. In this role, she manages multiple responsibilities, including social media and advertising projects, and serving as the Pittsburgh Emerging Arts Leaders Liaison. She seeks to contribute to the well-being of the Pittsburgh community through the connective and healing power of artistic and interactive experiences. Sarah has practiced advertising and public relations for over seven years in both agency and art environments.
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