In lockdown? No problem! In light of recent travel restrictions, Latitude Group Travel has been working to support teachers and students in their continued desire to explore and learn more about the incredible society we live in.
As a result, we have curated an itinerary of the best online virtual tours, interactive online exhibits and live cameras. This is available for teachers and students to stream ANYWHERE in the world. There’s no need to miss out on educational adventures! Start your exploration of The Arts below.
The Museum of Modern Art
Your tour begins in Manhattan, at one of the most diverse and creative hubs in the world; The Museum of Modern Art. MoMA is renowned as a place that fuels creativity, ignites minds and provides inspiration. Its extraordinary exhibitions and collections of modern and contemporary art will be sure to leave you in awe. Jump into this interactive virtual tour below.
Andrew Lloyd Webber – Online Musical
Next up, schedule in your diary the next stream from world renowned English composer and impresario of musical theatre, Andrew Lloyd Webber. “The Shows Must Go On” is a limited time collection of Webber’s most prestigious musicals, and will be available on his YouTube channel for 48 hours from its premiere time (5am AEST) every Saturday. This week’s show is the 2012 proshot of Jesus Christ Superstar with Ben Forster, Mel C and Time Minchin. Subscribe to his channel below!
The Philadelphia Orchestra: 360 Degree Performance
Step into the shoes of one of the members of the Philadelphia Orchestra as they play at Carnegie Hall. In this exclusive experience, watch as the musicians read their sheet music, observe the direction from their conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin, and see how the auditorium looks from their perspective, on stage. This is truly an exhilarating 360-degree, virtual reality experience.
Royal Shakespeare Company: 360 Degree Performance
Your next stop is on stage with Gregory Doran from the Royal Shakespeare Company, as he performs a scene from the classic production, ‘Henry V’. In this interactive, 360-degree virtual reality performance, you can experience the production from the perspective of the actor. From several vantage points, step on stage as the scene is taking place, watch how the performer uses his space and look out at the auditorium from the shoes of the performers. This incredible experience is waiting below.
Your tour concludes with a virtual tour of one of NYC’s top attractions, The Guggenheim Museum. This experience will allow you to walk through this internationally renowned art museum, which is one also of the most significant architectural icons of the 20th century. Discover this incredible venue as you scale the famous spiral staircase, inspecting the art collections on display.