Published: 30th Mar 2020

Following the Covid-19 outbreak, all galleries and museums in the UK have had to close, however, many galleries have announced that they will be offering a range of programmes to bring creativity to the homes of local residents.  The Tate, who have four galleries across the UK, has announced plans to encourage creativity at home from viewing the art collections digitally, to listening to Tate’s podcast series or watching ‘How To’ videos to learn from some of the UK’s best-known artists. For children who are now off school, the Tate has also launched new online student and teaching resources that can help with lesson planning. The staff at Manchester Art Gallery have also been working to make the gallery’s collections and community programmes available at home through digital platforms. The gallery will use Zoom and Facebook to bring regular events including Art Bites, Philosophy Cafe and parts of the gallery’s … (To read the full article, subscribe below)