CoronaMaison (CoronaBuilding) is an invitation to draw the ideal place to be quarantined in. Artists and non-artists are invited to participate in this collaborative drawing game. The single rule is to download the template of the room so that all decorated rooms seem to belong to the same building: CoronaBuilding stands for a virtual place where we all “live together”.
IED Visual Arts launched an online creative challenge for graphic designers, Stay close(d), as an invite to reflect on how isolation or being closed and physically distanced actually brings us together and makes us feel close.
#Creativityathome The Glucksman contemporary art museum in Cork, Ireland proposes a new art activity each week, based on their collection.
While the Metropolitan Museum of Arts has temporarily closed its doors to fight the spread of the coronavirus, they remain committed to their mission to inspire knowledge, creativity, and ideas. In its digital digest, they bring a selection of their many videos, articles, and online resources.
MCM Advancing digital transformation in museums has compiled an extensive list and guide to virtual museum resources, e-learning and online collections.
Museums in Europe are invited to contribute to a survey mapping the effects of COVID-19. The Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO) is collecting detailed and comparable data on the short- and long term effects on income, staff, online presence and work flow. The results of the survey will be used as evidence as to why adequate support for museums is necessary.
Google Arts & Culture allows you to virtually visit museums, cultural heritage sights and art works with an array of interactive tools.