Digital Experiences

The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning Gem Stone Trees Workshop in Kingston, Onatrio. Culture Days 2018. Photo Credit: Liz Cooper

Although physical spaces may be closed during this current health crisis, the arts and culture sector continues to be brimming with amazing content. While we are more physically distant from each other, we are seeing great opportunities to connect, all through the digital sphere.

On this page you will find new ways to link to Ontario and Canada’s arts and culture community from within your own home – from new craft projects and kids activities to live-streamed performances and digital dance classes.

Check back as we continue to update this content.

We have also compiled a list of sector resources here.

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Performances, talks and other live content
Films, documentaries, and playlists
Podcasts
Kids stuff
Virtual tours and collections
Craft and DIY

Performances, talks and other live content

Films, documentaries, and playlists

Podcasts

  • National Arts Centre podcasts feature exclusive interviews, insights and artistic explorations of music, theatre and dance.
  • Get some insight on what it’s like to work at the Royal Ontario Museum. Learn about some of the people who make the museum tick at ROMcast: The Uncatalogued Stories.
  • The Spacing Podcast discusses urban curiosities around Toronto.
  • Citizens of Craft Podcast hosted by the Canadian Craft Federation invites seasoned artists to ainimate the story of craft.
  • MC Minds Podcast by Mass Culture provides insightful conversations with individuals in the arts on an array of cultural research topics such as the current socio-economic status of artists, new revenue models for the arts, arts for social change and so much more.

Kids stuff

Virtual tours and collections

Craft and DIY

If you or your institution has digital resources to share, submit a listing here.