Explore a digital content made available online by performing arts centres and artists from around the world including works by Le Patin Libre, Marquee TV, HERE Arts Centre and many more.
Adelaide Festival have podcasts of festival forums and conversations.
Arts Centre Melbourne’s digital program Together with You offers free archival recordings and digital experiences.
HERE Arts Center is hosting weekly watch parties of full-length past productions, as well as collaborative live-streamed creative activities led by HERE artists and staff members.
Le Patin Libre is a Canadian ice dance troupe who have turned the ice rink into a stage.
Marquee TV is a paid streaming service offering dance, opera and theatre from around the globe on demand.
Meeanjin Markets which showcase authentic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts, crafts and experiences from Queensland artists is moving online.
Museum Views offer virtual tours of the some of the world's greatest museums and heritage sites.
National Film and Sound Archive of Australia has an incredible collection of film and sound archives including music, fashion and costumes available online.
Queensland ensemble Topology and Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre (USA) join forces to present a true cross-discipline collaboration in OCEAN’S SKIN. This site-specific work immerses the senses in an exquisitely beautiful blend of music and movement.
Music writer Sean Senette has launched a new podcast series called Time To Talk featuring interviews with artists.
Show Me Shorts Film Festival have put together a selection of short films to keep everyone entertained.
SMASHED: Special Edition was created by Ghandini Juggling and recorded live as part of the 40th anniversary of the Mime Festival.
Sydney Opera House’s Digital Season has a weekly program of full length performances, live recordings and conversations.
The Oxford Union Society is the world’s most prestigious debating society. The have a huge range of talks available to view on their YouTube channel.
Organised by Tribeca Enterprises, We are One: A Global Film Festival will feature programming from over 20 international festivals including: the Sydney Film Festival, Berlin International Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Venice Film Festival and many more. The unprecedented undertaking brings together global storytellers and artists to entertain and connect audiences in a time when they need it most.