Stanford Soundwalk remembers those we’ve lost

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Stanford published this video item, entitled “Stanford Soundwalk remembers those we’ve lost” – below is their description.

Stanford Medicine’s Bryant Lin, MD thought the natural beauty of the Stanford campus where he took his lunchtime walks provided the ideal backdrop for a pandemic remembrance. This marked the beginning of a team effort with disparate members of the Stanford community to create the Stanford Soundwalk — a walking experience of curated music, an art installation, and an online platform for sharing personal stories, all to commemorate the losses we’ve endured during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The COVID-19 Remembrance Project Art Installation “Apart-Together” will be dedicated on October 6, 2021.

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