#ArtWeekAtHome was the reimagined format replacing the original ArtWeek that would have featured almost 800 creative events in over 170 communities across the state, including many free events for families, children, residents, and visitors. On May 1st, originally slated for the canceled ArtWeek 2020 festival kick-off day, ArtWeek event hosts and partners posted links on social media to their online content including tours, concerts, at-home activities, or other creative programs while tagging #ArtWeekAtHome and @ArtWeekMA. The week-long schedule included nods to music, museums, dance, crafts, theater, literature, the outdoors/public art, film, history, and the culinary arts. Read our full press release HERE. Check out features in the press HERE.
Even though #ArtWeekAtHome may be over, you can still participate. Read the blog posts linked below, complete our daily challenges, and play ArtWeek bingo! When you do, be sure to tag us @ArtWeekMA and #ArtWeekAtHome
how we participated:
- Search by #ArtWeekAtHome to be amazed and inspired to see what ArtWeek hosts/partners are offering virtually
- Follow us on social media @ArtWeekMA for fun daily challenges (May 1 – 10). We’ll also be publishing blog posts with inspirations for those challenges and highlighting other virtual activities that you may have missed on social media
- Check out virtual events and activities on our Facebook events calendar.
- *Bonus* Play along with our BINGO card – Every challenge you complete, share the photo/video with us by tagging us @ArtWeekMA and #ArtWeekAtHome, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bingo includes our ten daily challenges and some extras! (printable version FOUND HERE)