Did you hear that creaking sound? It’s the sound of people peeking out of their doors; curious about what might be going on outside! Or maybe they were just picking up their grocery delivery… Depending on where you live right now, life may be showing some signs of normalcy again. Or maybe it’s still not the right time for you to venture out just yet.
Fortunately, these in-between days are also modern ones; and that means distance is no longer a barrier to enjoying the arts. Stay in your pajamas, keep your brain engaged and entertained, and help support the people and organizations dedicated to bringing us a ray of light in these uncertain times.
Here are just a few of our favorite unique online experiences that are happening in the coming weeks.
August 30 (repeats weekly)
Ok, so you managed to snag the last bag of flour from the grocery store. Now what? Let’s face it: your baking skills are a little rusty. Why not let your kids teach you a thing or two as they watch Ash and Taran create delicious treats in their weekly live baking classes? Aged 14 and 6 respectively, we’ll bet these two will bring some new sweets into your kitchen that’ll turn out way better than that bland loaf of bread you were planning.
September 10 (repeats monthly)
The art of storytelling is timeless; as old as humanity itself. Hosted by comedian Emmett Montgomery, this monthly event brings you strange and inspiring true-life tales. This month’s theme is one that many can relate to at this time: isolation. Ticketing is on a sliding scale, so there’s no reason to miss out on these enlightening storytellers at work.
September 21 (repeats monthly)
Calling all amateur filmmakers! Feeling creative? Want some feedback? Presented by the Northwest Film Forum, The Get Together is a monthly virtual meetup for film and media makers. Submit your work ahead of time, have it featured during the event, and find out what kind of observations and thoughts your peers have afterwards. Best of all, it’s free!
These events are just the tip of the iceberg! Discover more online events and experiences here.Arts >