This Week In The Arts – Virtual Edition (Week 7)

April 30, 2020

Here at Ovation, it’s no secret that we care about the arts. And we know that, as visitor of our channel, you do too.

Collectively, as a nation, we’ve never spent this much time at home. And it is now, more than ever that we seek educational, entertaining, and time-worthy content to fill our minds.

In addition to our standard programming, we thought that we owed it to you, our loyal viewers, to curate a list of some of the best virtual: museums, virtual performances, galleries… that we’ve seen circulating around the internet, so that YOU don’t have to spend time looking for it! So that YOU can appreciate the arts that you love even during these difficult times. So that YOU can relax. No stress, no overwhelming amount of options; one list for you to enjoy from the safety & comfort of your own computer.

Tune back in every week to the POWER OF ART section of our homepage on or on our social media pages for a brand new list!

Enjoy, and hope you and your family are safe and well!

— The Ovation Digital Staff


Tour this Abandoned Factory-Turned Dream Home!

This architect’s 1973 purchase of an old factory has now become a design marvel! Scroll through this stunning photo gallery before a video tour of this lush palace.

Create a Dazzling Japanese Rainbow Cake

A Japanese restaurant owner reveals his step-by-step guide to making this dazzlingly delightful dessert that’s almost too beautiful to eat! (Almost.)

Studio Ghibli Zoom Backgrounds: Free Download

Video calling more than usual? Download these Studio Ghibli backgrounds and alleviate the stress of showing a messy bedroom to your coworkers!

Famous Painting Recreation Challenge

If you miss the cultural fun of strolling through an art museum, you’re in luck! These art lovers are recreating notable pieces of art with items found around the house. A must-see!

Gallery of Empty Cities

View the world as you’ve never seen it before in this historical photo gallery. Deserted landmarks across the globe remind us of our solidarity in staying at home.