As the impact of COVID-19 continues to unfold, we are closely monitoring the guidance from our local officials and the Centers for Disease Control.

Thankfully, we have never lived through a time like this and we encourage each and every member of our community to help flatten the curve and adapt to the daily barrage of information that is coming our way.

If you are craving creativity as we all continue to practice social distancing, we've compiled a great list of virtual arts opportunities to get you started!

Are you a local Treasure Coast artist or arts organization hosting virtual concerts, lessons, talks, etc.? Let us know - we'd love to share!
Please send an email to Elise Raffa with a description and link!

The New York institution is bringing performances to screens across the country for free with their Live in HD series. Every night until the Met Opera reopens, viewers can tune in at 7:30PM and watch one of the selected productions in full.

The platform is currently offering a free seven-day trial, along with a wildly affordable $8.99 monthly plan.

An online artist’s community made to celebrate and showcase the work of the many artists around the world who have been affected by the need for social distancing.

New York Times bestselling illustrator and graphic journalist Wendy MacNaughton is offering free, daily drawing classes on Instagram Live for the week of March 16.

Mark Kanemura, a former backup dancer with Lady Gaga and contestant on "So You Think You Can Dance," is using Instagram to bring together his 663,000 followers for daily virtual dance sessions. 
Netflix Party is a new way to watch Netflix with your friends online. Netflix Party synchronizes video playback and adds group chat to your favorite Netflix shows.
Join over 500,000 people and use Netflix Party to link up with friends and host long distance movie nights and TV watch parties today! *ONLY available for Chrome browsers.
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