WORKING 3: Establishing COVID-19 Safety Protocols for your Art Practice
Tuesday, February 9, 2021 | 6:00pm
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Being an artist in a pandemic means establishing new safety protocols for you and your collaborators. Join KST’s Producer of Engagement and Social Impact Sondra E. Woodruff II for a conversation about the considerations one needs to undertake, and the measures that should be set in place for collaborating safely through COVID-19.
Sondra E. Woodruff II joined the Kelly Strayhorn Theater team in July 2019 as the Producer of Engagement and Social Impact and has recently added to her role KST Rental Program Lead and Virtual Production Manager. Sondra is a Pittsburgh native, who has spent the last 10 years in New York City and 20 years in the music industry as a professional recording artist, singer songwriter, and guitarist. Sondra has toured with The Backstreet Boys in Germany, opened for Anthony Hamilton, performed with Taylor Swift, recorded a demo with LL Cool J and played guitar for Aaron Pfeiffer, Drew Vision, BETS, and Grey’s Anatomy star Sara Ramirez. Sondra has a Bachelor’s degree in Music from Columbia University in the City of New York, which is where she began to marry her love and practice of music with topics in cognitive neuroscience. With KST’s transition from in-person to virtual programming, Sondra supports KST programming by coordinating, researching, directing and designing the technical needs for virtual programs. As KST’s rental program lead, Sondra has been focused on researching and designing COVID-19 Safety Protocols for in-person rentals.