ARTS. ENTERTAINMENT. JOY.
Even if you can't get into your favorite arts organization, they can still bring the entertainment to you! Read on to see how to watch or join in, as Downtown places bring their offerings online.
See what else is available by clicking the links below!
Keep Moving Downtown Services and Fun Shop DOWNTOWN Downtown Eats
THE 418 PROJECT
To continue their mission of supporting community with embodiment and connection, by offering virtual spaces to join. Click below for their class descriptions, or click here to jump right into registration.
CABRILLO FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC
The Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music has gone virtual for 2020! This year's Festival will present a special mix of archival recordings; intimate, behind-the-scenes conversations; and brand-new musical adventures for you to enjoy. Plus, they've been adding more and more archives, photos, and recordings for you enjoy as you wait for the festival to begin.
DNAs COMEDY LAB
DNAs Comedy Lab has been adding new online events every day, from open mics to storytelling to - yes - some of their headliners! Click below for a schedule, and consider donating to their fundraising campaign as well.
Kianti's has always been the destination for a fun meal - now, they're helping you bring the fun home! Enjoy tutorials for pizza and the Kianti's dance, plus crafts and more.
Though Kuumbwa can't offer any of their live music events, they've curated a playlist for your listening pleasure of the artists they'd hoped to bring onstage. Tune in on Spotify.
Whether you've always danced or always wanted to, Motion Pacific has a range of videos to help you stretch, shake out the blahs, and spark your body and mind.
THE SANTA CRUZ MUSEUM OF ART & HISTORY
Even though you can't get to the MAH right now, you can learn about their current exhibitions!! Click below to read their blog and feel like you're right there in the museum.
TINY DANCER BALLET
If your own tiny dancer is getting antsy, following along with the videos in the Tiny Dancer private Facebook group may just be the thing!