The Arts go Virtual

In response to the emergency closing of cultural institutions to prevent the spread of coronavirus, access to the arts has gone virtual. You can view the arts from the safety of your home on your personal computer, tablet or smartphone.

For a compilation of local resources, see CultureMap Dallas’s

The Dallas arts groups offering virtual access to opera, museums, and more

Email [email protected] to be added to the list.

Artsy gives you access to images from art fairs, art galleries, and art shows. Some local sources include the Ro2 Gallery, Laura Rathe Fine Art, Erin Cluely Gallery, Webb Gallery, etc.

Virtual tours of art museums

Google Arts & Culture’s collection

Stuck at Home? These 12 Famous Museums Offer Virtual Tours You Can Take on Your Couch

The 50 Best Virtual Museum Tours Around the World [Art, History, Science & Technology] **NEW**– Short Videos of Texas Art Exhibits

Glasstire is asking commercial galleries, nonprofits and artist-run spaces across the state of Texas to send 5-minute video walk-throughs of current exhibitions.

Art Videos and are the best-known sites for finding videos on any aspect of art. is devoted to instructional art videos. Some are free; most require a paid subscription.

DFW area Visual Arts on YouTube: a Guide (compiled by the editor of Art News DFW) **NEW**