Stay-at-home orders have brought the domestic sphere to the forefront. From the ritual of cleaning to the meditation of sewing, the virtual exhibit Interiors: A Study of Domestic Quarantine, features works from Memphis-based textile artists Paula Kovarik and Sophia Mason, curated by Jenna Gilley. Using quilts, puppets, soft sculpture, video, and other media, the exhibit honors the under-appreciated crafts of the home (typically done by women) and comments on the personal and global aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic experience. Visitors can find more virtual exhibits of pandemic-inspired art linked in the menu on the right side of the page (top of the page for mobile readers). The series "Curation in Context 2020" and "Curation in Context 2021" were curated for the Clough-Hanson Gallery by art students at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee.