BU Today feature: Action. Racism. Hope. Students Show Their COVID-19 Lives in Graphic Narratives

artwork in a pandemic

Artwork courtesy of Ajay Ramnarine (ENG’20)

This article was originally published in BU Today on September 1, 2020. 

When COVID-19 forced his figure drawing class online, Hugh O’Donnell, a Boston University College of Fine Arts professor of art and painting, turned adversity into opportunity by assigning his students to draw and write graphic narratives about their lives and experiences during the pandemic. The resulting stories range from prejudice and despair to hope.

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