Share Your Artistic Work and Reflections
Although the ways in which we collaborate and create may have changed while we're spread out across the world, as a community of artists and creators, we continue to use our creative work to reflect, connect, share, and express ourselves.
Share Your #BerkleeAnywhere Stories
We want to hear your stories about collaborating with classmates remotely, getting creative with the equipment and space you have access to, or projects inspired by your personal experiences. We may feature your story or your work online. Check out the projects your classmates have posted on the Berklee Anywhere page.
Please send a description of your project, a YouTube or Spotify link, or other media to email@example.com. You can also share your project on your own channels and include #berkleeanywhere in the post.
Berklee COVID-19 Creative Arts Archiving Project
The Berklee Archives has launched the Berklee COVID-19 Creative Arts Archiving Project to preserve and make accessible the Berklee community’s artistic experience of and responses to the global pandemic. We are collecting examples of compositions, performances, creative writing, images, and other artistic output by Berklee students, faculty, staff, and alumni, as well as personal reflections during this unprecedented time.
Not only is such grassroots primary source documentation essential to supporting the future understanding of COVID-19’s impact, we also hope it will serve as a cathartic outlet for those of us moved to create. Contributions will ultimately form a digital collection hosted on the archives website. By contributing creative works and personal perspectives, contributors can help Berklee remember how the COVID-19 pandemic has uprooted our community and transformed our work and lives.