At Home? Here are a few ways to stay engaged with the arts

The COVID-19 outbreak has many people staying at home these days. Theaters, museums and public attractions have closed to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. It seems like there is

Here are fun and free ways to stay engaged with the arts, all from the comfort of your home.

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Online Art Lessons: Mo Willems, children’s book author and artist in residence at The Kennedy Center in D.C., is giving online art lessons every week day. Grab a pencil, marker, or crayon and get drawing with Lunch Doodles with Mo!

Virtual Dance Classes: One of the best parts about dance is that you can do it anywhere, and any time! Debbie Allen, Emmy award winner and founder of Debbie Allen Dance Academy, is hosting a virtual dance class on Instagram Live that anyone can join.

Digital Museum Tours: Museums are a great way to teach children (and adults) about art, science, and history. Through google arts and culture, you can access over 500 museums and cultural archives. Spend Monday, exploring the