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Creative Remote Events & Activities To Make Your Time Worthwhile In May 2020

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If you’re running out of things to do at home while you practice social distancing, fret not, as there are always new things coming you way on the digital space. It’s Nice That has shared some remote activities that are available online this month to keep yourself entertained indoors. Here are some of them.

Well Now WTF?

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The art industry has been hit due to the COVID-19 crisis, with museums being shut down and artists being left without work or venues to showcase their creations. Well Now WTF? offers a virtual space for artists who have not been able to exhibit their work in physical galleries. The concept is presented via the digital art platform Silicon Valet.

The digital exhibition is curated by Faith Holland, Lorna Mills and Wade Wallerstein. In April, the platform featured over 80 artists. In May, it will spotlight a lineup of 25 artists who specialize in digital media.

Viral Film Festival

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Watching films on your own can be lonely sometimes, so why not do so in the company of like-minded souls? The Viral Film Festival selects films for you to catch every Thursday before holding a livestream on Instagram to explore them in detail. The live events are hosted by playwright Brian Mullin and Irish film festival programmer Seán McGovern.


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The Foundation Louis Vuitton will offer a range of weekly events from its archive in May. You can catch a concert, view an exhibition, or attend a masterclass online that was held at the Foundation from its opening in 2014.

No Time Like The Present

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In light of the uncertain situation in the art industry, Public Gallery will launch a digital exhibition on 6 May 2020 called No Time Like The Present. The showcase will see over 50 artists worldwide presenting one physical work and a video each to encompass their perspective on the new reality.


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Screenwalks offers a live-streamed series led by artists, who will delve into their inspirations in the digital realm. The concept was birthed from a collaboration between The Photographers’ Gallery in London and Fotomuseum Winterthur in Switzerland. Explore virtual worlds and digital creative endeavors from artists including Alan Butler, Roc Herms and Joana Moll.

For more virtual activities to take on during self-isolation, head on over here.

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