When We Meet Again

By Abbey Clerke


Description: Inspired by the global scenes of neighbours singing together from their balconies during isolation, ‘When We Meet Again’ encapsulates the sense of hope that these encounters stir. The musicians and dancers in the artwork are celebrating our ‘togetherness’ despite our separation and looking forward to the day when restrictions are eased and we ‘meet again’. The images of apartments, thankyou cards, rainbows, video conferencing calls and medical and sanitation supplies have become familiar to many of us, and will one day be a memory, captured in our hearts, minds, literature and art.


About the author:

Abbey Clerke is from Melbourne, Australia and she is currently completing her last year of school. She wants to illustrate picture books someday but for now she is trying to figure out how to make that happen! She loves making digital art and painting with watercolours and gouache. Someday she wants to live in a house with a library room, a chalkboard wall for all her scribbles and an avocado tree.

Authors

Ryan Kim
Co-President, Harvard Tech Review

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