Arts Go Virtual
Cultural organizations stay vital by going virtual.
Downtown Los Angeles is home to an amazing assortment of world-class arts and culture. These organizations have used their creativity to continue to bring their artistic gifts to the public, both here in LA and across the globe. Enjoy the virtual experiences they've created, and please donate to them to show your continued support and appreciation.
The Broad from Home
Experience #TheBroadFromHome to find inspiration through music, poetry, and conversations (from a distance!), and to stay connected to one another. New content every week, so check for updates.
Center Theatre Group #ArtGoesOn
Center Theatre Group is exploring new ways to inspire conversation and build a community around art. Check out this new series of videos from members of CTG’s artistic family.
LA Dance Project Digital
LA Dance Project has created a new digital platform that delivers dance-driven daily workouts, in depth interviews with leading dance professionals, discussions with experts on physical therapy, nutrition, dance photography, and so much more, directly into your living room.
LA Phil Watch & Listen
Hours of content that you can enjoy online including their “At Home With” on-air and online series with celebrated artists sharing curated musical selections along with their personal reflections on the music and their experiences in our current environment. New artists weekly.
LAO at Home
L.A. Opera is creating a series of opportunities to help you enjoy all kinds of opera from the comfort of your couch--regardless of your previous experience or knowledge of opera. Whether it's live Living Room Recitals, broadcasts of old performances, sing-a-longs for kiddos, or how-to's (for adults) with some of your favorite artists, there are a ton of ways you can #LAOAtHome.
Daily programming available on moca.org and across MOCA’s social media platforms Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Hours of meaningful, creative, and fun opportunities for all of us to connect during this moment of physical distance. Visit their site for a full schedule of offerings.
The Music Center Offstage
a new virtual destination that offers an insider look into the world of the arts featuring exclusive interviews and compelling performances with international leaders in the dance community, interactive experiences with L.A.-based artists, at-home workshops where you can explore a new art form on your own or with family, ways to get up and move, and much more. Fun for art lovers of any age, The Music Center Offstage opens the door for exploration and inspiration.
Inner City Arts’ ArtSpace
Inner-City Arts now offers distance learning so youth everywhere can study with our professional teaching artists, build skills, and benefit from creative play.
ROW DTLA Call for Artists
ROW DTLA is looking for artists (individuals or teams) who’d like to paint various exteriors throughout the district. There’s anywhere from 200 - 1,000 sq ft across multiple locations of shotcrete, stucco, plaster, metal, and concrete that needs your personal touch. Join the likes of Retna, Wade and Leta, Carly Kuhn (The Cartorialist), and Lakwena and bring your brand of inspired beauty to ROW DTLA. For more information on how to apply visit their site.
Art Share LA’s Paint the Town Program
Support local artists, beautify the neighborhood, and keep it safe. Businesses are being boarded up and LAPD has shared their concern as burglary numbers have gone up. Do you have, or know of, a boarded-up space that could use a mural? Art Share LA will pay artists $500 for a mural painted on a boarded-up business at no charge to that space.