Art during the pandemic: a virtual map of museums' digital initiatives


Chiara Zuanni's mapping project wants to document online art offerings worldwide both as an archive of the Covid-19 era and as a source of inspiration for art galleries. Photo: Handout

An interactive map shows the digital initiatives being offered by museums worldwide in response to the pandemic.

From virtual exhibitions to podcasts and videos, since closing their doors, museums have been getting creative to find ways to continue engaging with the public via their digital portals. But finding or discovering these initiatives isn't always easy.

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