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Weekend Warriors: Virtual and live arts in Cbus

Greetings and salutations! It’s been a while since I drove the Weekend Warriors bus. I have, however, been enjoying our city’s safe arts offerings, whether that means virtual performances or exploring outdoor art.

I’m not going to lie: as an introvert who knits, being told to stay home has not been a personal hardship. I was much more upset about artists losing revenue. Kicking in a “tip” or making a Patreon donation to see a Facebook Live show actually worked well for me. I could sit in the comfort of my own home and knit while listening (without getting side eye from other audience members).

If you are like me, or simply not yet feeling safe about public gatherings then these virtual concerts should make you happy,

The Wexner Center has done an incredible job adapting to our strange new world. True film nerds (I use that word with great respect) already know about the wealth of content they have offered up for online streaming.

Here’s what’s coming up:

For those who are ready to venture out (masks on please).

So, whether you are ready to go out and brave other humans or still wanting to shelter in place, the arts have something to ease your soul. Find more events at ColumbusMakesArt.com/Events.

Lacey Luce is a digital marketing strategist for the Greater Arts Columbus Arts Council who thinks six feet is just a little too close.

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