Keep up your Vitamin A(rts) intake!

We’ve found some resources that will keep you entertained for your coffee break, the weekend, or maybe longer.

We have chosen art in its many guises so we hope there is something here that you enjoy and we’ll be adding to it, do keep checking in. We’d be delighted to hear your recommendations too, email us on info@artsfestivaloxford.org 

  1. For bookworms we have a selection made by the Editors at Penguin, of books that will cheer you up  
  2. How about 12 museums you can visit virtually? From The Guggenheim in New York to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, you are spoilt for choice
  3. Opera Vision has a wonderful selection of performances from across the globe. Coming soon Tchaikovsky from Moscow and Shostakovich from The Netherlands
  4. For parents with younger children there is Oxford Owl at Home which provides lots of free e-books and learning and activity resources
  5. If you love singing and want to be part of a choir The Self Isolation Choir now has over 3,000 members and there is still time to join for their May 31st performance
  6. We love ARTE the European Culture Channel, they have a terrific archive of performances and you can search by genre from Classical to Rock and Pop, Circus to Philosophy
  7. If you love stage shows and musicals (we do!) What’s On Stage update their list daily with shows you can stream and they have an amazing choice available
  8. From TedEd there is a fantastic month of daily adventures called Earth School to understand and celebrate our natural world and our beautiful planet
  9. If Jazz is your juice (#nice) then you need Jazz.org who are streaming a wide range of free jazz performances every day
  10. National Geographic is famed for its photographs and they have an online gallery of flower and plant patterns, showing once again that nature has the best designs  
  11. Philosophy Now has a wide range of podcasts with fascinating conversations and debates with eminent guest speakers covering subjects as diverse as Quantum Mechanics and Buddhism