How did lockdown affect creativity? TWELVE stories

Snapshots on creativity during the year that changed everything.

What does a pandemic do to our creativity? 2020 was a year of uncertainty and isolation, but many used life behind closed doors to create in new ways. From yoga-fusion to quarantine imaginations, TWELVE captures one-minute intimate stories from lockdowns around the world.


In a global pandemic, everything changes

Many things helped us through lockdown, but creativity was high on the list. In the wake of COVID-19, millions took to writing, singing, painting and other forms of expression to make the most of the time. If we couldn't be creative in our normal lives, how would it be behind closed doors?

In partnership with The Community Creatives, TWELVE captures creatives' lives during the COVID crisis. These one-minute, insightful short films are all about creation, connection and change.

Watch all TWELVE films: https://www.tomorrowunlocked.com/twelveminutes/

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