Here's Where to Check Out Australian Arts Online
Arts-related events in Australia have been closed down due to the ongoing health crisis. But that doesn't mean art isn't still being shared- many events have moved to online!
Below is a collection of Australian art, theater, films and more that you can view online:
The Australian Ballet has newly launched Ballet TV, broadcasting ballets free of charge.
You can now watch Opera Australia's Attila for free. Two performances were staged before social distancing was introduced and ABC Classic recorded the second performance.
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra is now offering a new performance from its archives every Thursday night at 7:30pm via YouTube.
Take dance classes with Sydney Dance Company available for $28 a week through their virtual studio.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) has launched ACO HomeCasts, to bring music directly into your home.
The National Gallery of Victoria has launched virtual tours of its exhibitions: you can 'walk' through Keith Haring | Jean Michel Basquiat: Crossing Lines and Kaws: Companionship in the Age of Loneliness.
Stream TV and movies via Netflix, Stan, Foxtel, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+ and Disney Plus, ABC iView, SBS On Demand, Beamafilm and Kanopy.