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Stay Engaged + Inspired with Piedmont Arts @ Home

It may be April Fools' Day, but keeping Piedmont Arts' followers engaged is no joke. While the museum is closed as a precautionary measure against the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), staff members are coming up with new ways to bring you helpful and engaging content. 
Starting this week, check Piedmont Arts' social media accounts for themed posts to help engage and inspire you during this difficult time. 
Look for the following hashtags and use them to share your posts with #PiedmontArts: 
Sundays – #ShareTheLoveSundayUsing words, art, poetry, music or any other form of expression, tell Piedmont Arts where you are finding hope in the world right now.

Mondays – #MomentOfZenMonday
Sharing images and videos of artwork from around the world to offer followers a moment of zen in these trying times.
Tuesdays – #TryItOutTuesday Stay connected with the arts at home with fun, arts-based activities for kids and adults to enjoy.

Wednesdays – #WheresYourArtWednesdayLearn more about the comm…

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