Agency No Fixed Address Helps Kids Share the Pandemic and Become Museum Artists

Royal Ontario Museum debuts kid-specific exhibit to track their experiences during lockdown

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Child’s art is moving from their parent’s refrigerators to one of North America’s most high-profile museums.

Canada’s Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is joining forces with the agency No Fixed Address (NFA) to curate a real-time experience that captures the unique perspectives of children and teens living through the pandemic.

While there are a number of institutions that are documenting the pandemic in one way or another, including the ROM’s own Masks exhibition, collecting masks from around the globe, #MyPandemicStory is the first to focus on the full suite of emotions associated with Covid expressed by today’s youth in a broad range of mediums. 

Children speak through their crayons, artwork

The work is haunting, but gripping with children expressing their sadness and darkness over the uncertainties of their lives.



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