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Virtual Arts & Culture Events: Where to Find Entertainment Tonight
Virtual Arts & Culture Events: Where to Find Entertainment Tonight
Collection by Eventbrite
You don’t have to leave the house to see stand-up comedy, tour a museum, attend an author talk, or see exciting visual art. Whether you want to see a performance or showcase your own creativity, Eventbrite’s experts have found the best online events for anyone craving arts and culture.
Virtual Arts & Culture Events: Where to Find Entertainment Tonight
Virtual Arts & Culture Events: Where to Find Entertainment Tonight
Virtual Arts & Culture Events: Where to Find Entertainment Tonight
Virtual Arts & Culture Events: Where to Find Entertainment Tonight
Collection by Eventbrite
You don’t have to leave the house to see stand-up comedy, tour a museum, attend an author talk, or see exciting visual art. Whether you want to see a performance or showcase your own creativity, Eventbrite’s experts have found the best online events for anyone craving arts and culture.
You don’t have to leave the house to see stand-up comedy, tour a museum, attend an author talk, or see exciting visual art. Whether you want to see a performance or showcase your own creativity, Eventbrite’s experts have found the best online events for anyone craving arts and culture.

Sign up for this five-class series to learn the art of miniature-making as you build a tiny replica of an abandoned site, complete with minuscule bricks and peeling paint. An experienced sculptor and teacher leads the class, offering tips and tricks for working on a small scale.

Revel in the multitude of benefits that poetry offers with this workshop, led by the founder of language arts agency Ars Poetica.

Wrap up your workday with 30 minutes of free improv play, hosted by the Radical Agreement Project. Busy schedule? No problem — the workshop meet every single weekday, providing plenty of opportunities to join in.

Want to become a speed reader? Join this book club and breeze through a book every week, with 52 titles that cover entrepreneurship, business relationships, and how to achieve success. You'll fill out a worksheet about each book and meet online to discuss what you learned.

Celebrate the release of a new picture book, "Just Like Jesse Owens," by joining author (and civil rights icon) Andrew Young and his daughter Paula Young Shelton for this discussion of Owens' race for the gold medal during the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin.

What happens when you combine "Jeopardy!," "Wheel of Fortune," and Zoom? Wheel of Fate, a comedy game show where virtual contestants compete for silly prizes. Comedian Samantha Gilweit hosts, asking contestants questions about, current events, pop culture, and her dating life.

Professional magician Jordan Allen takes his parlor magic and mind reading skills to Zoom, hosting a string of illusions that draw on his sense of humor and 25 years of experience.

Brooklyn-based artist Sarah Serrano-Esquilin leads this visual art workshop that seeks to balance body, mind, and spirit. Just bring your own art materials and an openness to exploring your creativity.

Want some feedback on your latest poem? This inclusive online poetry community meets once a month and gives writers the chance to ask for the help they need — a witness, some feedback, or a full-blown edit.

Writer and musician Rosie Garland leads an interactive creative writing workshop, where participants can explore queer poetry and prose while improving skills and learning techniques that you can use to work on your own writing project.

Join a community of individuals who identify as disabled or chronically ill for this monthly book club. Participants read books featuring disabled characters or written by disabled authors, gathering to discuss disabled representation in literature and share personal stories.

Take yourself to school and learn about feminism, queer studies, and the stories we've all inherited through what's been archived (and what's been left out). It all happens during a 10-week course taught by writer, curator, and interdisciplinary researcher Chloe Turner.

Guardian columnist Marina Hyde talks about her new book, "What Just Happened?!," which explores post-referendum politics in the UK and the cultural madness that has been unleashed in the wake of Brexit.

A trio of writers, podcasters, and educators discuss the Weather Underground Organization, a group of young radical formed in the '70s that bombed the Pentagon, broke comrades out of prison, and collaborated with Black militant groups to rob banks and fight racism

Join this monthly book club hosted by an independent Long Beach bookstore. In July, the group gathers to discuss Malinda Lo's "Last Night at the Telegraph Club," a Chinese-American coming-of-age tale set in San Francisco's Chinatown in the '50s.

Join Shaelyn McDaniel to celebrate the launch of her debut picture book Hello, Opportunity: The Story of our friend on Mars, perfect for kids ages 6 - 8.

Are you missing international culture? Join this virtual walking tour of London, where you'll also learn how Black activists educated audiences about slavery, wrote and published their narratives, and more.

This book club gathers monthly to discuss a work of historical fiction, including titles like "Girl With the Pearl Earring" and "Courting Mr. Lincoln." Feel free to show up in period-appropriate attire if you don't mind the anachronism of using a computer in a petticoat.

Author Ava Chin discusses the process of writing her memoir "The Way to Mott Street," which examines the history of Chinese Exclusion laws in America and their impact on multiple generations of her family.

Bel Canto Books hosts this book club, which discusses a different graphic novel each month. This edition features Alberto Ledesma's "Diary of a Reluctant Dreamer," an illustrated memoir about his experience as an immigrant in America.

Escape into stories (and the history of those stories) of Gods and Goddesses across Europe, told by author and educator Sharon Jacksies.

How is tarot a feminist practice? Join writer and tarot reader Dr Ruth Charnock to learn more about tarot and draw a card on your life.

New York City is full of art and — if you look closely — Art Deco architecture. Join the Skyscraper Museum, author Eric P. Nash, and Fulbright-winning photographer Andrew Garn for an exploration of the animal-inspired art hewn in steel and stone throughout the city.

Bring some of the most colorful street art in the world into your home with this virtual tour. Artist and expert Ariel takes you though the back alleys and broad thoroughfares of Bushwick and East Williamsburg — with a detour back in time for some graffiti history.

Put words on the page and find the musicality in your prose by joining this writing workshop, led by author and Middlebury College English professor Robert Cohen. You'll explore the art of arranging words into sentences that that sing and become a better reader of your own work.

Join this travel-themed book club to discuss Charity Norman's "Remember Me," a novel that depicts a woman's return to New Zealand to care for her mentally declining father and the elements of the past that she confronts in her hometown.

If you've watched HBO's "The Gilded Age" you know how opulent New York City was in the late 1800s. This presentation will explore the real-life stories of fame, fortune, and drama among the city's elite, hosted by historians and librarians.

This monthly book club discusses thought-provoking reads to help its members grow emotionally, intellectually, and relationally. This month's selection is Jordan B. Peterson's "Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief," which examines humanity, morality, and mythology.

Celebrate voice, creativity and expression. Log on and read your poems (or hear others) then stick around for writing workshops and other events in the series.

Zoom into the National Portrait Gallery for a night of creative writing in community, using the art and prompts to inspire.

Working on a memoir or other book of creative nonfiction? Learn how to turn a part of your life story into a beautiful stand-alone personal essay during this class, which explores essay structures, the publishing process, and how to find universal truths in personal experiences.

Tune in for a virtual fundraiser benefiting True Story Theater, a nonprofit theater company offering improv performances, skills training, and workshops. You'll learn more about their mission, take part in a miniature interactive class, and watch an improvised performance.

Do you dream of writing a book out of your own life? Join memoirist, journalist, and teacher Marion Roach Smith for a seminar covering how to turn what you've been through into a beautiful story that others can learn from.

Join this class and turn some of your most difficult times into something beautiful through art, all with the guidance of poet Vironika Wilde. You'll learn how to balance abstraction with honesty and confront your feelings on the page.

This class for women uses creative writing exercises, prompts, and gentle embodiment practices like yoga together, helping you to contemplate your past while writing your own healing path forward.

Join poet Eileen Myles and San Francisco's City Lights Bookstore for a reading and celebration of their new book, "Pathetic Literature," which explore the sensitive feelings that permeate our lives and can change the course of history.

Channel the spirit of great sculptor and artist Louise Bourgeois and draw from exercises that lead you into your dream world, the subconscious and Louise's diaries. Open up your creative mind and learn more about the work of this amazing artist.