Moving close to the second month of COVID-19 restrictions, we’re still finding ways to keep ourselves entertained and supporting the Arts, while staying at home. Let’s see what’s in this week’s picks.
Photos: It’s your last days to view the Capture Photography Festival, program online and outdoor.
Museum: the Royal BC Museum (RBCM), has closed its doors due to COVID-19 but the Museum is bringing its exhibitions to the public, through a new RBCM@Home program; today RBCM@Home Kids creates a Mini-Diorama Making with Megan Anderson, then April 30th Documenting Marine Biodiversity finds curator of invertebrate zoology Dr. Henry Choong and his guest Dr. Gustav Paulay, curator of marine malacology at the Florida Museum of Natural History will share from stories from the field.
Choir: Wednesday nights, watch Chor Leoni Inside, the choir’s livestream featuring new and previously unreleased videos from Chor Leoni’s past concerts and tours, with live commentary from Artistic Director Erick Lichte, and guest interviews. Watch live on YouTube Wednesdays at 7pm
Digital: The Arts Club: Digital Edition offers three different channels to bring the Arts Club; live performances, workshops, and behind the scenes archives into your home throughout the week
Soccer: Since organized sports have been cancelled and postponed, your kids can keep up their skills with Whitecaps FC Live Skills Clinics, join a homegrown player online Wednesday, Thursday & Monday
Compass: Make use of North Van Arts recently launched North Shore Culture Compass, when taking a walk to find sights, or public art, that don’t have to stay 6 feet away.
Art: Vancouver Art Gallery continues its ongoing Art Connects series of online gatherings; tonight DIVING INTO THE IMAGINATION OF SHUVINAI ASHOONA, then Friday AN INTRODUCTION TO VOGUEING AND BALLROOM CULTURE
Concerts: Just because they’re at home isn’t stopping artist from performing; Live Nation: Live from Home is curating a collection of artists from all genres to bring you music, stories and more, this week includes performances from James Bay, Norah Jones, Radiohead, Kenny Chesney and more.
Indigenous: MOA at UBC has assembled a list of #MOAFromHome activities and resources to keep visitors inspired until they can physically visit again.