Experience the arts from home
Many art organizations are turning to digital technology to stay connected to their audiences during the COVID-19 crisis. If you are looking for ways to enjoy the arts from home, check out the list below.
And if you hear about any additional virtual art events or activities, let us know so we can add them!
- Alvin Ailey Dance – watch full length videos of the Company performing on stage, as well as their list of online dance classes
- Art House Productions – join in with a variety of virtual events, including Story Slams and Drag Bingo, as well as their online gallery
- The Center for Contemporary Art – sign up for a number of newly redesigned online classes, in addition to viewing and participating in their virtual art gallery through social media
- Discover Jersey Arts – check out their new calendar with virtual events brought to you bear organizations all over the state of New Jersey
- The Growing Stage Theatre – get your kids’ daily arts enrichment with the TGS TV, a free and easy online hub to incorporate theatre and the arts into your daily schedule of distance learning at home
- Heidi Latsky Dance – join members of the Company via Instagram Live and Zoom for dance, training, and info sessions
- McCarter Theatre – subscribe for their new email series, McCarter@Home, which highlights online classes, conversations, interviews, and other opportunities to participate
- Monmouth Museum – view the Museum’s first virtual art exhibit, starting April 3, and join them for an opening reception via Zoom
- Morris Museum – engage in a multitude of ways via the Museum’s social media pages, including DIY art and STEAM projects on Facebook, videos from the collection on YouTube, and virtual art exhibits coming soon
- National Theatre – every Thursday, the Theatre makes a new play from their archives available to stream on YouTube for seven days (just a reminder, they are London-based, so be aware of the time difference)
- New Jersey Repertory Company – view their special video series, Beyond the Curtain, in which friends of NJ Rep reflect on their experiences with the theatre over the years
- The Newark Museum of Art – engage in a variety of ways with the Museum’s #NMOAatHOME virtual experiences, including weekly art competitions, art projects, and a myriad of video presentations.
- The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey – read entries in the Diary of a Theatre to learn some behind-the-scenes stories while you wait for live performances to be rescheduled