Visit a Museum
Many of our local museums and arts organizations are creating free online programming during this time. We’ve gathered some of the best of those programs below:
Cayton Children’s Museum: Every weekday at 11am join the Cayton Children’s Museum at recess for music, story-time, art making, reflection.
Craft Contemporary: Check out the Instagram page of Craft Contemporary. Go to their highlights for a suite of activities.
The Getty: Check out this blog post from the Getty for a starter kit on how to explore art while the galleries are closed.
Hollyhock House: Take a virtual tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House.
Kidspace Children’s Museum: Keep the learning going at home with Kidspace curated programming and resources developed to spark connection, creativity, laughter, and inspiration.
LA 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. Check out what they have for you at home.
Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra: LACO AT HOME allows people everywhere to engage and listen to spellbinding performances with “America’s finest chamber orchestra” — no subscription, sign-up, or payment required. All broadcasts can be live-streamed at laco.org/broadcasts and streamed on-demand at laco.org/on-demand.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA): On their redesigned homepage you will find links to free enriching and inspiring content for you to Watch, Listen, Learn, Read, and Browse at home.
Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (MOCA): The museum has created new and daily series that are available.
Peterson Automotive Museum: Their closure, the Peterson will be streaming new content daily, including vault tours, archival videos, collection deep dives and exclusive interviews.