Learn a new skill, Enjoy an opera & be challenged
This is a time when we need to do our part to ‘flatten’ the Covid-19 curve by staying at home. We can use it as an opportunity to learn a new craft, study a foreign language, go to the opera, watch plays and even see penguins going about their daily routine!
There are so many useful and interesting things to discover online and we’ve selected some for you below. They are all free. If you come across anything which you would like to share with others, drop us a line at email@example.com Enjoy!
Along with his 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra (the largest private orchestra in the world), André has created a global revival in waltz music, staging spectacular extravaganzas. Rieu has his own You Tube Channel. Sway along and watch the phenomenon that is Andre Rieu!
Galleries & Museums
You can enjoy viewings of the the largest ongoing private collection of Chinese contemporary art internationally, with more than 2500 works by more than 700 artists.
It is distinct from other significant collections of Chinese art because of its focus on work produced after 2000.
This could be the perfect opportunity to study something which you have always wanted to. Coursera is one of the best online sources for free courses.
Check before you sign up for individual courses as some require payment. But many are free.
You can add to your list and reminisce along with the music or choose something more modern. A jukebox in your living room.
Discover and identify the urban birds in your backyard. Get involved by helping BirdLife gather and share information about your local birdlife.
Share your journey visually. Create one or many pieces of work. Develop a theme, develop a voice documenting your experience with photos.
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Exercise + Movement