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12 Frank Lloyd Wright buildings are now hosting virtual tours
Ever wanted to go inside Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic Fallingwater? Now’s your chance (even if the US is on lockdown) thanks to a new series of digital tours.
Andrew Lloyd Webber Airing Free Broadway Show
If you’re a fan of the stage and lamenting the lack of theater performances for the foreseeable future, here’s some good news.
In Challenging Times, The Met Offers Inspiration and Engagement
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1,200 Museums and Cultural Sites to Visit on a Virtual Tour
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Art from Home
So many great links to explore: Contests, Museums, Games, Digital Art, Education
Social Distancing Festival
This is a site for celebrating work that has been cancelled/delayed/disrupted, or to showcase work that’s being done by the many artists who suddenly have extra time for creation, and may be spending a bunch of time alone at home.
General Manager Peter Gelb announced today that in response to the coronavirus pandemic and the cancellation of performances, the Met will offer a nightly series of free web streams that will bring opera to audiences while the house is dark—beginning March 16 at 7:30PM ET.
Virtual Museum Tours
“Now, you get “go to the museum” and never have to leave your couch. Google Arts & Culture’s collection includes the British Museum in London, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Guggenheim in New York City, and literally hundreds of more places where you can gain knowledge about art, history, and science. This collection is especially good for students who are looking for ways to stay on top of their studies while schools are closed.” –Travel + Leisure
Mental Floss: “While it’s hard to beat the experience of seeing a seminal piece of fine art or important historical artifact with your own two eyes, one could easily spend a lifetime traveling the world in search of all of them.”
Education Companies Offerinng Free Subscriptions
Courtesy of Kids Activity Blog
Tour these U.S. museums from the comfort of your couch
Courtesy of TimeOut