Getting Online: Digital Programming

As new digital models becoming increasingly integral to the arts, we're sharing resources and tools for creating online programs.

Folk Alliance International: Digital Resources

Free recordings of recent Webinars and related handout materials from Folk Alliance International including  "Teaching Online: Music Lessons in a New Learning Environment", "Tech Tips and Tricks for Successful Livestreaming,"  "Ask An Expert: The Legal Landscape of Livestreaming," and CommUNITY Episode 2 – Live streaming: Earning a Living and Reaching Fans." 

Resources to Help Ensure Accessibility of Your Virtual Events for People with Disabilities

The National Endowment for the Arts provides guidance on creating accessible streaming events, virtual exhibitions, and online learning and convening.

Digital Tools for Artists to Run a Remote Career During Coronavirus

Artwork Archive has rounded up tools for video-conferencing, selling artwork online, streaming events, running your art business, productivity, and social media.

Ways of Gathering in the Age of COVID-19: A Guide to Livestreaming on HowlRound TV

Learn to livestream performing arts events for free on HowlroundTV, with in-depth technical support, training, and help in getting the word out.

American Alliance of Museums: 4 Ways Museums Can Successfully Leverage Digital Content and Channels during Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Learn about social media campaigns and series, live-streams, virtual tours and experiences, and VR/AR.

Arts Council of England: Digital Culture Network

From collaborating with others remotely, to reaching audiences online and generating income for your organization, the Digital Culture Network is on hand to help you become more digitally engaged.