Digital Arts Resources
We are compiling a list of resources you can use to keep the arts alive in your home! We'll add to it as we continue to find things. If there's something you know of that's not on the list, send it to Sarah at email@example.com.
We are going live every weekday at noon on our Facebook page for a series we're calling Noon Arts. Each day will be focused on a different discipline and geared toward different age groups.
MONDAYS: Mindfulness Mondays
Exercises and meditations to awaken creativity across disciplines
TUESDAYS: Music Play Tuesdays
Songs and fun for kids and adults alike
WEDNESDAYS: Walk with me Wednesdays
Tours of Galleries, Sculpture Gardens
THURSDAYS: Tendu Thursdays
Tendu means "to stretch" - Stretch your body and your mind with ballet barre work
FRIDAYS: Family Funday Fridays
Crafts and Arts Activities for the Family
SATURDAYS: Sculpture Garden
2020 marks the 10th anniversary of our Robert T. Webb Sculpture Garden - Join us as we explore our existing sculptures as we plan for an exciting renovation and expansion project!
SUNDAYS: Sharing is Caring Sundays
We'll share posts and links about how other organizations are keeping the arts alive during this time.
101 virtual tours - Visit world-famous places, both natural (such as the Great Barrier Reef) and created by humans (such as Versailles or Taj Mahal) from your computer and the comfort of home.
Gardens you can virtually tour from home, including Monet's garden!
LUNCH DOODLES with children's author Mo Willems
Clay Share Conference - free clay demos, deals, and giveaways!
Zenzo Creative Club - One Month Free
Stove Works: Connected // Connecting // Always and Especially Now - In an effort to remain connected in an environment where the healthiest and safest action we take towards each other is to keep our distance, Stove Works is calling forth the internet of times past. Back in the mid-aughts, Miranda July created a website that posted amusing, endearing, and occasionally heart-string-pulling assignments for us all to complete: Learning to Love You More (LTLYM). Over the next 14 days, we’re reassigning some of the classics (and perhaps some newbies) that you can do from home.
THEATRE & PERFORMING ARTS
Center for Puppetry Arts at Home - free, live streamed puppet shows!
The Show Must Go Online - Actor and director Robert Myles launched an initiative to stream the complete works of Shakespeare in the order they were written.
The Metropolitan Opera - The Met will offer a nightly series of free encore-presentation web streams that will bring opera to audiences while the house is dark. Streams are online at metopera.org as well as on all Met Opera on Demand apps, including IOS, Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire devices, Samsung TV, and Roku.
Michael Tilson Thomas & the San Francisco Symphony's 'Keeping Score' project is streaming for free on their YouTube channel
Stream Broadway musicals at home with BroadwayHD (7 day free trial, subscription service after that)
Quarantine Livestreams: A list of live virtual concerts to watch
NPR's Tiny Desk concerts are always a great way to get your concert fix.
"Composed" Documentary - Composed explores the many ways we experience and can address performance anxiety.
Celeb Readings - From readings by the Broadway casts of Angels in America and The Prom to Streep’s narration of the classic Charlotte’s Web, this is your must-listen list.
Story Time from Space - astronauts read children's books from space!
Operation Storytime with Carmen Deedy
Follow the Guild Dance Department & Ballet Dalton on Facebook for video content from Jessie Fincher, Dance Director!
Daily Workout - Free ballet classes with NYCB’s Tiler Peck, Houston Ballet’s Chun Wai Chan, and more.
Ailey Extension - Live stream classes and workshops
Guild Gymnastics staff members are posting videos on the Guild Gymnastics Facebook page!
Free digital cooking classes for kids each weekday on Instagram from Delish