Virtual Arts Events: Exhibits and Performances to Enjoy at Home

Challenging times call for creativity, and many leaders in the arts world continue to demonstrate vision. Some who previously organized on-site exhibits, performances and other activities have quickly adapted by offering virtual events.

As they create viable solutions for their companies and organizations, visual and performing artists offer the world a major source of comfort, healing and hope. Here is a sampling of virtual arts events to help you rejuvenate as we find our way forward:

Lincoln Center at Home: Digital Portal

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has launched Lincoln Center at Home (#LincolnCenterAtHome), which features a rich world of digital arts for the entire family. New videos are posted on a daily basis, and an “On Demand” section is available. Visitors can access links to digital archives, remote collections, Q+As with artists, workshops, performances and more. Other  options include pop-up classrooms and concerts for children as well as livestream performances. Revel in Lincoln Center at Home at lincolncenter.org.

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA): Virtual Views 

Every Thursday, MoMA is opening the museum’s galleries through a Virtual Views program. The Virtual Views lineup has included Donald Judd’s sculptures, Félix Fénéon’s art and inspiration, Dorothea Lange’s moving photographs and more. Along with movies to watch at home, MoMA will give visitors an insider’s view of an exhibition or a favorite artwork from the collection every weekend. This enlightening arts experience is available through video stories, curator Q&As, audio playlists and feature articles. Dip into this virtual art world at moma.org.

National Theatre at Home: Live Productions Online

Theater lovers in major withdrawal are shouting “bravo” for the National Theatre at Home online initiative. Audiences around the world can stream National Theatre Live productions for free on YouTube, and students and teachers have access to the National Theatre Collection at home. Several productions previously screened in cinemas globally as a part of National Theatre Live will also be available on the National Theatre’s YouTube channel. Applaud National Theatre at Home when you visit www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/nt-at-home.

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