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.
You can do it. You CAN make a fool out of yourself in front of an audience. We believe in you. And if you attend this workshop presented by Chicago’s Lincoln Lodge, you might just bring joy to others in the process.
June 25 – 30
Written and directed by Monique Holt, this performance brings us an uncompromising exploration of American Sign Language and Deaf culture. A pay-what-you-can pricing structure means no one will be left out. Presented in ASL with English subtitles, and followed by a Q & A session.
What better time to start on the path toward rock stardom? Or folk stardom. Or fulfill your destiny of becoming a novelty polka songwriter. The choice is yours in this series that will give you the tools to begin your career as whichever kind of guitar legend you want to be.
June 22 – 26, July 6 – 10, July 20 – 24
It’s never too early to get started on the path to Broadway! Designed for ages 12-18, this 3 week workshop teaches the basics of musical theater songwriting. Sign up for one or all of the weeks, and get ready to share your teen’s melodious dream with the world.
July 8, 15, 22, & 29
With just a brush and an idea, you too can create delicate, beautiful images to brighten your home and amaze your friends. Have your watercolor art supplies ready as Howard Krauss from the Oxford Art Center teaches this hands-on course.
These events are just the tip of the iceberg! Discover more online events and experiences here.Arts >