Events and activities to do from your lounge roomPosted 16 Apr 2020 by CA Admin
Below is a list of online activities and events to participate in from wherever you may be.
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CREATIVE THINGS TO DO, LISTEN TO, LOOK AT OR JOIN
- Imagineers in Isolation Podcast – While the Imagineers Festival may have been postponed to next year by COVID-19, we at Imagineers always believe in the light at the end of the tunnel. USC Students provides the joy, imagination and entertainment of the festival to the people in isolation, allowing us to indulge in our creative spirits.
- The Social Distancing Festival – Online festival / presentation of performance works
- National Theatre (UK) has published a number of full length free to view performances
- Each Thursday night – Surry Hills Live brings you new live streamed music
- Home of the Arts Rage On(line) is the presentation of a series of creative workshops, podcasts, artist talks, music and much more by local Gold Coast artists in response to COVID.
- Noosa Residents are invited to take part in the Postcards from Home project
- Computer Choir The team behind Cheep Trill community choir have come up with an online, interactive choir experience called COMPUTER CHOIR – ‘meet’ weekly’ for online rehearsals. Term 2 starting soon.
- Common People Dance Party – join these online dance classes from your lounge room
- Contemporary Dance lessons from your lounge room – weekly online workshops – learn and dance together but apart
- Footscray Community Arts Centre’s Art Life program for artists with disability
- Blakdance shared this Movement & Meditation workshop run by Katina Olsen
- 10 Free Art books to read while you are social distancing
- Pattern Makers has pulled together a great list of Digital Art experiences you can do from your home
- Ready to stay creative from the couch? Here is your guide to enjoying art at home!
- Sunshine Coast Council has launched their Stay, Connect, Create program – council has developed a range of online programs to educate, inspire and entertain. You can choose from a wide variety of workshops, kids art activities, gardening and permaculture lessons, early literacy, rhyming, science activities, virtual tours, historical stories and more.
- Join Gympie Regional Gallery on a virtual tour of their exhibition Boss Drovers by Robert Macpherson, and The Working Shed by Christine Porter.
- Horizon Festival has curated a list of their favourite podcasts, online experiences and events to keep you creatively engaged while you are at home
- Noosa Regional Gallery has developed online tours / walk throughs of their current exhibitions – you can see them HERE
- Learn how to draw with Ben Quilty
- Check out these five free art courses from MoMA
- Take a virtual tour of QUT’s Art Museum
- Enjoy Joy Hester’s exhibition: Remember Me
- Make your own supergroup as part of Triple J Unearthed’s #DIYSUPERGROUP challenge.
- Listen to QMusic’s Spotify playlist for great new QLD music releases.
- Check out all this content from Museums and Galleries around Australia.
- Go on a virtual tour of Simon Degroot’s exhibition, Constructive, thanks to Moreton Bay Regional Galleries
- Noosa Regional Gallery Art At Home gives students aged 7 to 17 the opportunity to learn a range of art making techniques via easy to understand instructional videos using readily accessible materials, free of charge and accessible online.
- Moreton Bay Regional Council Galleries and Museums have some great resources available online. From taking a virtual tour of the Simon Degroot: Constructive exhibition, Getting creative with hands-on activities, or Taking a stroll down memory lane with our Dementia-friendly outreach program.
- Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art have made two of their collection exhibitions available online. ‘I, object’ (which includes a large loaned group of Qld shields), and ‘Work, work, work’, have been given the 360 degree treatment… enjoy!
FOR LITTLE PEOPLE in your lives
We have developed a seperate list for childrens, young people and families activities
We have developed a resource list for industry events, professional development, support services and funding for the arts sector