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Enjoy The Arts From Home

Jeff Howard March 20, 2020

While classic cinema is commonly enjoyed from your couch, exploring a museum, attending a live show, or receiving a guided tour doesn’t typically seem like the sort of thing that can be done from home. Luckily, with so many technological advancements in place, especially in San Francisco, it is possible more now than ever to enjoy the arts from home. Let’s take a look at the best spaces to enjoy virtual tours and live-streamed events from the comfort of your couch.


Google Arts & Culture has implemented a fantastic tool that allows you to explore the confines of many famous museums and landmarks. Although many attractions are closed to the public, this shouldn’t stop you from virtually exploring museums around the world!


Theater programs such as BroadwaySF and A.C.T. have been significantly impacted by audiences not being able to attend shows but you can still stream live through multiple outlets. These services allow audiences to enjoy fantastic live performances by individuals who put in many long hours towards perfecting their craft.


With large gatherings being put on hold for the time being, concerts are being broadcast from the comfort of our favorite performer’s homes. This has given us a wonderful insight into the lives of many superstars who have shared on social media.



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There is no better way to maintain your social distance than by picking up a book and finding a cozy spot to read. Multiple digital libraries are available to those who want to use their extra time at home to catch up on reading!


While viewing spectacular works of art such as the 92-foot Venus statue in the Piazza Angelo courtyard is wonderful in-person, you can also visit virtually. Landmarks and famous sites around the world allow you to take a 3D tour. You can also virtually visit our lovely apartments across San Francisco!


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