In March, we announced that we're postponing all WBUR CitySpace events through May due to the coronavirus outbreak. We're working on figuring out if and when CitySpace can go virtual for our community, but in the meantime we've listed virtual events throughout Greater Boston that you can participate in while you're self-quarantined and working from home.
If you are interested in submitting your event to this list, please fill out our submissions form here.
The ARTery, WBUR's arts & culture reporting team, launches Living Room Livestream, a series highlighting local creatives on April 3.
Now + There launches N+T Asks, online conversations with artists, cultural sector workers and community leaders to discuss the impact of the crisis, on April 3.
Harvard Ed Portal hosts Digital Marketing for Arts Entrepreneurs with Maria Finkelmeier of MASARY Studios on April 8.
Artists For Humanity launched a social distance art gallery.
View online exhibits and take a virtual tour of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
View online exhibits from the Peabody Essex Museum.
Artist and educator Deborah Putnoi hosts a visual art school daily at 2:00 p.m.
Boston Center for the Arts's Mills Gallery have adapted Freedom Baird's FeministFuturist exhibition for online participation.
Brookline Booksmith hosts Storytime for Grown-ups.
MIT Press hosts virtual book talk series MIT Press Live! Tuesdays at 12:30 p.m.
Harvard Bookstore hosts a virtual events series series starting April 2.
Urbanity Dance hosts Virtual Youth Classes such as Monday Movers (for ages 2-3) and Friday Family Dance Party (all ages).
Boston Rhythmics hosts free community rhythmic workouts for ages 5-7 throughout April.
ReVision Energy launched a Student Webinar Series aimed at grade-school students covering an array of topics from solar to birding.
Take a virtual tour of the Boston Children's Museum.
Watch free webinars from EiE, the PreK – 8 STEM education division of the Museum of Science.
Take a live, virtual visit to the New England Aquarium daily at 11:00 a.m.
Kennedy Center Education Artist-in-Residence Mo Willems hosts Lunch Doodles, creative workshops from his Northampton, MA studio, daily at 1:00 p.m.
Atlantic White Shark Conservancy hosts daily Shark Enrichment Programs at 10:00 a.m.
Comedian Bethany Van Delft and Artisanal Comedy launched "Live From The Pandemic!," a weekly live showcase of Boston comedians.
JP Centre Yoga has opened a pay-what-you-can online studio.
Corepower Yoga has made its online archive of classes free until it reopens.
LS Flamenco has moved all of their flamenco and sevillanas classes online.
BARCC (Boston Area Rape Crisis Center) hosts their annual Walk for Change virtually on April 26.
Games and Trivia
Aeronaut Brewing Company hosts a Virtual Indie Trivia Night on April 7.
Bright Lights Film Series at Emerson College launches Bright Lights at Home, a series of moderated discussions with filmmakers and scholars, starting April 7.
The Brattle Theater launched #breakyouralgorithm, a weekly selection of mostly unseen films from popular streaming services.
Food and Drink
Let's Talk About Food hosts "What's Your Passover Story?," a virtual storytelling event in collaboration with the Jewish Women's Archive, on April 2.
Rita Ng, founder of Boston BonBon, hosts a virtual macaron making class on April 3.
Milk Street Cooking School's online classes are free through April 30.
Ayr Muir, founder and CEO of Clover Food Lab, hosts daily cooking demonstrations at 3:00 p.m.
Bartender, Naomi Levy is creating custom cocktails for you to make at home and posting cocktail demos.
Museums and Landmarks
View online exhibits from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
View online exhibits from the Massachusetts Historical Society.
Take a virtual tour of the Massachusetts State House.
View online exhibits and take a virtual tour of the Museum of African American History.
View collections and take a virtual tour of the Museum of Russian Icons.
Signature Sounds of Northampton presents The Parlor Room Home Sessions, an online concert series.
WUMB is maintaining an On-Air Music Calendar with listings for concerts from Massachusetts venues that can be viewed online.
Lacy Kay, 2019 New England Music Awards Jazz Act of The Year, hosts Live From The Loft, a music series featuring local Boston artists on Instagram (@iamlacykay).
The Boston Calendar launched Live at Five, a virtual happy hour concert series with musicians Vivian Luo and That One Eyed Kid.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra launched BSO at Home, a collection of great performances, behind-the-scenes features and interviews with individual musicians.
Silkroad hosts Silkroad Home Sessions, a virtual concert mini-series featuring artists sharing short, musical performances.
PRX Podcast Garage hosts Sonic Soiree, a monthly audio podcast potluck on April 6.
Bow Market launches Safe Supply Outdoor Grocery Store, a touchless shopping experience for fresh food and essential goods starting April 1.
Talks and Seminars
Boston University School of Public Health hosts a webinar on Politics, Health, and Coronavirus on April 2.
Boston Playwrights' Theatre hosts the Boston Theater Marathon XXII: Special Zoom Edition, readings of ten-minute plays by New England playwrights, starting April 1.
Apollinaire Theatre Company launched Apollinaire At Home, a free online play and film script reading series.