Works & Process at the Guggenheim premieres “Virtual Commissions” on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube every Sunday and Monday at 7:30pm Eastern Time.
Fall For Dance North streams a handful of archival performance recordings on Vimeo.
TED Talks has compiled a list of inspiring, standout performances from their events.
The Joyce Theater has pulled together a list of online platforms to visit to stream dance performances, films, and talks.
Jacob’s Pillow Dance Interactive is an ever-growing collection with hundreds of dance videos filmed at Jacob’s Pillow from the 1930s to today, plus illustrated essays.
Sadler’s Wells partnered with Nowness to compile a list of screendance that speaks to them in times of social distancing.
SF Dance Film Festival has posted all of the 2015-2019 SFDFF Co-Lab films on IGTV. It is also presenting a new Digital Season with watch parties for short dance films and artist talk-backs.
On the Boards is offering free access to OntheBoards.tv to the global community. Head to OntheBoards.tv for unlimited free rentals using the code ARTATHOME20 at checkout!
The Dance Center at Columbia College is sharing full-length performance videos from their archives. Videos will be viewable on their website until the end of May 2020.
Switzerland’s Luzerner Theater is showing daily livestreams or edited videos of small productions from opera, drama, dance and puppet theater. Each Monday the theater’s dance company shares a creation from the ensemble (“Tanz am Montag”).
The Social Distancing Festival is a new platform for celebrating artists and the work that has been cancelled/delayed/disrupted due to COVID-19. Visit their website for a directory of performing arts livestreams from around the world.
Dancing Digital is a NEH-funded project aimed at improving the quality of and access to online dance resources. Visit their website for their wonderful, growing list of online resources.
The kNOwBOX dance Film Festival presents a curation of dance films that use the body and the environment to challenge dance norms. This collection is available on demand via Vimeo.
CDHP is a digital archive of original and collected Chicago dance materials: interviews, recorded public events, digital exhibitions, and archival performance footage.