Bored of Netflix and browsing the internet? Join Gallery 120 for a tour of art and culture with our 6 favorite virtual tours, podcasts, and online exhibits.
"Every year, several million visitors enter the Musée d'Orsay. They are greeted by the magnificent decor of this former station that came so close to being destroyed; a prelude to an exhilarating journey through one of the richest periods in the history of art." - Google Arts & Culture
"Get a daily serving of art from the Barnes Foundation of Philadelphia. In short videos, Barnes curators, scholars, and educators present off-the-cuff musings about some of their favorite works in the collection." - Barnes Foundation
"With more than 6,000 years worth of creative treasures, the Getty is one of the best places for art on the west coast of the US. Go from neolithic clay figures to Van Gogh’s Irises and Renoir’s La Promenade – just two of many artworks that feature in the virtual tour. Google Arts and Culture offers a “museum view” tool to look inside gallery spaces, with clickable artworks presenting further information." - The Guardian
"This grand museum has a vast collection of art and historical objects across 80 galleries. The interactive tour helps viewers get up close to every brush stroke by Vermeer, Rembrandt and other Dutch masters while exploring the Great Hall and beyond." - The Guardian
"Hosted by Woodmere Art Museum's Director and CEO, Bill Valerio and Stephanie Marudas of Kouvenda Media, Diving Board is a new podcast about artists, the art they create, and diving into a wide range of social and cultural ideas." - Woodmere Art Museum
"Read and watch. Discover the stories behind the paintings; from female art heroes to dragon-slaying saints, see the latest features and films." - The Guardian
By: Cindy Murphy, Gallery 120 Advisory Board