Many have come back to the epicenter of the crisis.
Piano instructors explore new notes for remote classes.
Performers like Carolyn Miller bring their shows to homebound fans.
A trove of works now can be seen from the safety of your home.
Hobbyists have helped the city get through crises before.
Frequent communication will be crucial for virtual learning, educators say.
‘I would keep that door locked. The cage could come loose.’
Kinga Augustyn has performed at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She won’t set foot in any of them again for a while.
It’s the end of the first day of closed public schools in New York and Bridget Bethea is tired.
Moving your instructional time online and changing your lesson plans can be stressful, but suddenly not knowing if or when you will see your students again can be emotional too.