Cultural Institutions Offer Art in the Time of a Pandemic

Frost Museum’s Oculus

A host of cultural institutions throughout Miami have made adjustments to traditional operations to allow for the continued exploration of culture  in the age of coronavirus. Forget binge-watching your favorite show and instead feed your brain with an array of online programs.

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum has an ongoing series of online Curator Chats, virtual tours of exhibitions, and digital experiences and collections.

The Haas Brothers’ Ferngully at The Bass; Photo by Zachary Balber

The Bass is offering virtual tours of its current exhibits, streams of its Curator Culture talks with artists, and an online summer art camp for kids, featuring video instructions and art projects to do at home.

Allan McCollum: Works Since 1969 at ICA Miami.

Institute of Contemporary Art Miami (ICA) has a new series of Miami Digital Commissions you can view online, along with artist stories, exhibitions, and classes like exploring narratives using symbolism to express an idea, event, or emotion.

Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami’s virtual tour of the “Burnt Quipu” installation; Photo by Johnna Arnold 

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in North Miami is showcasing virtual tours and receptions with artists. Programs for upcoming months, when the venue is expected to reopen, are being listed online as they are confirmed.

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