Helping you #stayhome, the following museums and theater stages have made their wonders available online, at no cost. It will take you days to go through them, and your brain will thank you!
- Getty Museum
- Explore the drawings of Michelangelo
- Get creative with the artists of the Bauhaus
- Learn about the legacy of ancient Palmyra
- Listen to Getty’s two podcasts
- Discover how illuminated manuscripts and other types of art are made
- Learn to teach art to kids and adults
- Take your crayons to medieval manuscripts and other masterpieces
Getty will continue to update its online offerings in the days and weeks to come. Follow @gettymuseum on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for highlights of Getty art and resources.
2. The Louvre Museum
The Louvre is closed to all visitors. People who had tickets are now getting reimbursed. But you can enjoy the galleries with an online tour by clicking here.
3. Palace of Versailles
While you “are” in France, take a tour of the Palace of Versailles here.
4. Faces of Frida – an interactive collection of Kahlo’s art on Google Arts & Culture
If you are a fan of Frida, spend time really getting to know all about her in this interactive collection provided by Google Arts & Culture.
5. Broadway plays and musicals to watch at home – a list created by Playlist.com
No need to reinvent the wheel here as Playlist.com has created a list of 15 Broadway plays and musicals (including Rent, Cats, and Newsies) that you could easily see from home by utilizing platforms like YouTube, Vudu, Amazon Prime, and Google Play. See the list here.
We’ll be posting any other offers from museums and theater stages that come our way. Meanwhile, the above should keep you busy for a while!