From drive-in ballet to science-based storytelling, here's how four organizations used pure ingenuity to perform in a virtual world.
More than just music
The Akron Art Museum continued their popular outdoor summer music series, Downtown at Dusk, through a digital platform. Virtual attendees enjoyed live music and behind-the-scenes interviews every Thursday night – right from the comfort of their own backyard.
Cleveland's Verb Ballets
Ballet makes bold moves
Ballet Idaho made the bold decision to move their entire 2020-21 season to a virtual format. The digital season explored both classic works as well as world premieres created just for this format. Those who bought a digital subscription also received a printed program book in the mail, exclusive interviews with the company, and 24/7 access to digital content.
Cleveland’s Verb Ballets also got creative with their season, too. They used several socially-distant formats to perform for patrons, from live streaming sessions, to IRL drive-in performances, to “mystery” performances secretly staged throughout Cleveland’s neighborhoods.
Science is right at home – at home.
The Museum of Science's MOS@Home program continues to provide science programming for all ages – from STEM activities for kids, to science-based storytelling and games for adults.
A collection open to all
The Cleveland Museum of Art creates art experiences “for the benefit of all the people forever,” and they didn’t let a global pandemic stop them. They’ve offered a range of ways to virtually explore their permanent collection online. Participants can also join in live discussions or participate in creative challenges.
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