Arts at a Distance

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With more and more people working from home or not able to attend galleries, we are collating art that you can access from anywhere. Whether it’s a gallery, poetry, music, or a performance, we will be sharing our favourite arts resources that you can access from anywhere in the world without having to leave your room.

Attenborough Arts Online

Attenborough Arts Creative Distancing group is now live on Facebook! If you’ve got some art to share, a question you need answering, or are looking for a creative prompt from one of our tutors, this is the perfect place for you.

We will also be sharing our new digital content; conversations with our tutors, artists, and teams, in the form of podcasts and videos. We just have to make them first…


Museums and Galleries

These 12 famous museums offer virtual tours you can take on your couch. Experience the best museums from London to Seoul in the comfort of your own home.

some of the above require the google culture and arts app for full access.

Art Rabbit have put together a comprehensive list of Galleries that have interactive exhibitions. You can take a walk through art history with the Met’s Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History or take a tour around PACE’s digital exhibits from around the world.

Criminal Ornamentation, a highly detailed and evocative exhibition curated by Yinka Shonibare is available to walk through as a virtual gallery, thanks to Arts Council Collection.

You can experience it here.

Live Performances

The Show Must Go Online – weekly live Shakespeare streamed through YouTube.

Showstopper; The Improvised Musical – a completely made up musical live from the Lyric Theatre

The 24 Hour Plays

Le Jardin, Le Salon, Le Sou Sol – Belgian dance-theatre company present their brand of domestic terror, hope and ennui which will strike a chord at this troubling time.

Since U Been Gone – Teddy Lamb’s musical from Edinburgh Fringe 2019, looking about the loss of a loved one

Bubble – A Facebook performed play from Theatre Uncut

The Wind in the Willows – Live from the West End (well it was, recorded in 207)

Operas and concerts

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