Artistic exploration doesn’t have to stop just because museums are closed. The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) keeps patrons engaged with #MuseumFromHome: an online experience that brings the museum right into your Midtown West apartment at ARO.
Virtual Views: Home Movies presents nine films from MoMA’s Private Lives Public Spaces exhibition. These home movies span 90 years of never-before-seen footage curated under the themes of Celebrity, the Experience of Place, and Family. After viewing, get creative with the homebound experience and create your own short home movie set in the past or the future. Tag #MoMAVirtualViews and @themuseumofmodernart when you post, and they may just share your work with the public.
Teachers, parents, caregivers, and lifelong learners must explore Learning Curve: Art Resources for Teaching and Learning from Home. Here, MoMA has assembled its best activities and online learning in a single spot. Those who care for kids ages six and over may also enjoy Art-Making Activities Families Can Do at Home featuring MoMA’s favorite collage, drawing, audio, and movement activities, each inspired by the MoMA collection.
Pursue what you’re passionate about with online coursework in multiple, diverse subject areas, including fashion, abstract painting, theories on modern art, or even teaching art. A course is a great way to not just pass the time but also to stay connected. For more information, check out their schedule of current classes and start your journey today. To get the latest news and offerings, be sure to also sign up for their newsletter.