We believe art has the ability to keep us connected and spread joy, even in the midst of uncertainty. So we've gathered a list of suggestions for how you can continue experiencing art, from home. We’ll continue to update over the next few weeks with fun and inspiring ways to keep the arts in your life!
Here's a Spotify playlist of iconic musical theatre hits you may have heard on the Arvada Center stage.
Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Small Mouth Sounds
National Theatre Live is releasing free full-length plays every Thursday on YouTube. You can watch each play for one week before it disappears.
Stars in the House is a daily mini-show featuring stars of stage and screen singing and performing live (from home!)
BroadwayHD is a subscription streaming service, with titles like Miss Saigon, Falsettos, The King and I, Macbet with Patrick Stewart and more.
The American Theatre Wing's "Working in the Theatre" offers an unprecedented forum for the meeting of theatrical minds.
To listen: The Broadway Backstory podcast digs into how Broadway musicals came to be from idea to full production.
Take a virtual tour of our galleries and learn more about printmaking!
Learn to make your own relief print at home, using a potato as a stamp!
Create Intaglio prints at home using a cardboard box to carve your design.
Take virtual tours of other famous museums around the country:
Get creative and do a lunch doodle with Kennedy Center resident artist Mo Willems.
Find art projects you can do at home - from DIY printmaking lessons to short classes in watercolor painting.
Watch lessons and demonstrations.
Children's theatre directors David and Julie Payne read The Velveteen Rabbit in this virtual storytime, sponsored by the Genesee Mountain Foundation.