As a response to the COVID-19 crisis, a group of local arts organisations have collaborated to launch Arts@Home, a website presenting free community-driven cultural resources.
The arts hub portal highlights a diverse set of free resources for visual art, dance, music, theatre, and media.
“Arts@Home is a great initiative brought forward by our leading arts and culture organizations during these challenging times,” says Toronto Mayor John Tory. “Through this new online platform, Torontonians can experience the unique and vibrant arts and culture sector that make our city a dynamic place to live. The creative energy of this diverse sector will be a key part of our economic recovery efforts, and I’m pleased that we have worked together to bring Arts@Home to seniors, families and all of our residents to enjoy.”
Partners include Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada’s National Ballet School, Prologue Performing Arts, The Royal Conservatory of Music, TO Live, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and Young People’s Theatre. Financial support is provided by the City of Toronto.
Arts@Home is currently accepting submissions from Toronto’s cultural sector here.