|Not just another COVID-19 announcement|
In light of the current situation around COVID-19, and as we collectively practice social distancing and societal care, many art spaces are temporarily closing their doors to the public. We have every hope that we'll come out on the other side of this with a diary full of events and exhibitions we've had to put off, making up for all the art we didn't get to experience during these weeks. In the meanwhile, if you do intend to visit an art event, we advise that you first check with the organisation to see if they're still open, and see the advice of government and health officials.
And now that the boring (but necessary) stuff has been said, we wanted to offer you respite from self-isolation boredom in the way we know best: with art and culture, and the power of the internet. We believe in the importance of real-life experiences and will continue to champion this when it's the right time again. Until then, click through to access some fantastic art-related activities you can engage in from the comfort and sanctuary of your own home. See our list of art-related media to consume, resources to help you prep your art career for when all this is over, ArtOpps to apply to, virtual museum tours to attend and more.
Image: Juno Calypso, If You Can’t Live Without Me, Why Aren’t You Dead Yet?, 2016.