In lockdown, iso or in quarantine? Whatever your situation is right now it does not mean you cannot feed your cultured soul with events and exhibits taking place around the world that you can still partake in from your home.
Carefree summer holidays with playfulness and open spaces are being showcased, virtually, for your pleasure courtesy of Galerie Paris-Beijing. Showing until the 30th of January 2021, the Marion Charlet art exhibition plunges you into the watercolour world of the artist who paints from memory her most cherished places. This exhibition marks the artist's first solo show and is a wonderful escape, artistically, to travel to lighter times even if for a moment.
While restaurants remain closed during the lockdown in Paris, Nolinski is still serving up entertainment, bringing its Les Lives du Nolinski straight to your home for an evening of live music. Every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday night from 8.30 to 9.30pm, Paris time, the restaurant streams to its Instagram account the one-hour concerts so wherever you are in the world you can still "dine out" in the French capital.
If you've been missing attending classical music concerts, the iconic Hamer Hall is inviting you to a two-day virtual event that is sure to fill a little bit of the hole left behind from months of concert hall closures. The Arts Centre Melbourne together with Melbourne Digital Concert Hall is putting together four concerts over the two-day event that is taking place on the 25th and 26th of November with performances by the Melbourne Ensemble, violinist Wilma Smith and pianist Kristian Chong, with the talented line-up performing masterworks by Mozart and Beethoven.