With the pandemic looming over our heads for the past five months, there have been some good things that have come out of it. One is spending time with our families and loving on them like never before. Another is adding those happy pounds. While some might disagree about the added weight, we know it's not the best, but the food was good.

It also gave many people the opportunity to explore other options in the world. It has led many to create businesses and others to dig deep within themselves to create something for the world to see.

That's exactly how A Pandemic Portfolio: Works Created in Isolation was started. This beautiful art exhibit is on display now at the Historic City Hall Arts and Cultural center, located 1001 Ryan Street in Lake Charles. It's a part of the Black Heritage Gallery and will features pieces of work from Jeanine Blaney, Karen Fontenot, Maleah Harrison, Malachiah Kennison, Kevin Lemelle, Timothy Lennette, Tyler Simien, Robert Lee Robertson, Jr and Lindsey Johnson. The exhibit is free and is going on now through September 24. You can visit Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00am to 6:00pm.

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