The Easter Weekend usually draws family gatherings and long weekend activities but this year we will continue to find ways to keep ourselves entertained whilst staying home.
Photos: The annual Capture Photography Festival, is now open with a newly reimagined program to take into account these days of physical distancing and self-isolation, running until April 30, 2020.
Livestream: Partnering with Facebook Canada, the National Arts Centre’s #CanadaPerforms is a newly created fund helping pay Canadian artists for their online performances.
Gallery: The Vancouver Art Gallery ongoing Art Connects series of online gatherings Friday session features Howie Tsui & Diana Freund: Kinaesthetics Of Nature and Durational Sculpting.
Museum: The Royal BC Museum (RBCM), in Victoria, continues its RBCM@Home program; this morning RBCM@Home Kids Building A Critter is a crafty, interactive session for all ages, then in the afternoon RBCM@Outside with Repatriation Specialist Lou-ann Neel takes a virtual walk through Thunderbird Park outside the Royal BC Museum.
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
Anthropology: Whilst the doors are closed, the Museum of Anthropology at UCB has assembled a list of #MOAFromHome activities and resources to keep visitors inspired until they can physically visit again.