You stay at home, and we'll do the same, and together we can "experience" New York City virtually. We'll bring the news over to you and share any interesting information from the Big Apple including any new virtual tours/visits that you can take from the safety (and comfort) of your own home!
Some Virtual Tours and Experiences that recently launched include walking down the streets of NYC to discover some Street Art, enter the most important museums, listen to concerts and classical music, or maybe have fun and keep yourself informed and updated with our very own Irene andher NEWYouTube CHANNEL!
But let's see some of these Virtual Experiences together:
The New York Art Galleries
The New York art galleries, closed for COVID-19, are creating virtual visits to explore the exhibitions currently under construction or offer presentations specially curated for the web. Do you want to know more? Here are some examples you can check out now..
David Zwirner Gallery: Discover "James Welling, Pathological Color", the psychedelic photos of the artist inspired by the counterculture of the 60s.
Artsy: One of the most visited websites in the art world for news and auctions. Currently, Artsy is celebrating the Month of Women's History with a series of performances by female artists selected by other more established female artists..
Do you want to see the 9 beautiful street art murals in New York? Cliccate qui.
Foto New York Welcome
Among the NYC Museums that offer virtual tours, I would like to point out:
The Metropolitan Museum of Art offers breathtaking virtual tours of its larger spaces, we see here the Gallery of Weapons and Armors and then the beautiful Cloisters:
The Great Depression 1929 - Immigration - COVID-19
Three different topics, different historical periods but many similarities. At #97 of Orchard Street, we find the Tenement Museum (the historic tenement house that has become a museum), we are in the Lower East Side. It tells the story of immigration and the life of those who lived there during the Great Depression. Guess who lived there from 1928 to 1935? As soon as the Museum reopens, we will do a Live Tour on our Facebook page ... for now, you can read its History from 1864.
You can stream a different encore presentation every evening, all available on the Met Website for 23 hours, from 7:30 PM until 6:30 PM the following day. For example, if you log in, Rossini's Il Barbiere di Siviglia is scheduled for March 31st and Verdi's Don Carlo on April 2nd. MET OPERA STREAMS
BE SAFE, STAY HOME, SAVE LIVES & STAY STRONG - TOGETHER WE WILL DEFEAT COVID-19!