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Entertainment Tonight: Online Arts & Culture Events
Entertainment Tonight: Online Arts & Culture Events
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Visit the zoo, explore a new museum, take in a theatrical performance, attend an author talk, or catch an open mic at a comedy club — all from the comfort of home. Here are the best online events that bring a little culture into your life, as picked by Eventbrite’s experts.
Entertainment Tonight: Online Arts & Culture Events
Entertainment Tonight: Online Arts & Culture Events
Entertainment Tonight: Online Arts & Culture Events
Entertainment Tonight: Online Arts & Culture Events
Coleção por Eventbrite
Visit the zoo, explore a new museum, take in a theatrical performance, attend an author talk, or catch an open mic at a comedy club — all from the comfort of home. Here are the best online events that bring a little culture into your life, as picked by Eventbrite’s experts.
Visit the zoo, explore a new museum, take in a theatrical performance, attend an author talk, or catch an open mic at a comedy club — all from the comfort of home. Here are the best online events that bring a little culture into your life, as picked by Eventbrite’s experts.

This improv initiative helps to keep us on our toes, thanks to a new comedy exercise offered every weekday.

Join American University professor Jane Hall, author of the new book "Politics and the Media: Intersections and New Directions" for the launch of her new book and first-hand perspectives on women in politics and media, today and in the future.

The founder of the #MeToo movement discusses her new memoir about her personal journey with assault and her path toward healing both herself and her community.

Virtually visit the great San Francisco spot, City Lights Bookstore, in celebration of two innovative poets, CA Conrad and Sawako Nakayasu. Each Zoom box offers a front row seat to the reading!

What happens when you combine "Jeopardy!," "Wheel of Fortune," and Zoom? Wheel of Fate, a comedy game show where virtual contestants compete for silly prizes. Comedian Samantha Gilweit hosts, asking contestants questions about, current events, pop culture, and her dating life.

Independent bookstore Politics and Prose hosts Anderson Cooper as he discusses his new book about the rise and fall of a legendary American dynasty — his mother’s family, the Vanderbilts.

Professional magician Jordan Allen takes his parlor magic and mind reading skills to Zoom, hosting a string of illusions that draw on his sense of humor and 25 years of experience.

Celebrate the short story with this fest, which features speakers on the topics of creative process and publication.

From the Mona Lisa to Venus de Milo, enjoy the beloved highlights of the Louvre in Paris from your own home with a licensed expert during this hour-long virtual tour (with multiple dates to choose from). Peruse photos and videos and ask any questions you have.

Hey poetry lovers. Log in and share your work, or just come and listen, in this online open mic.

Author Sonya Larson, whose work has appeared in Best American Short Stories, Ploughshares, and American Short Fiction, shares excerpts of her writing.

Better understand how to observe and tend to your creative intuition with this multi-week discussion, which centers on author Julia Cameron's "The Listening Path."

Hosted by Toronto's Word On The Street Festival, this panel sheds light on the power of humor in our writing and living alike.

Join New York Times bestselling author Jason Reynolds ("Ghost," "All American Boys") for a discussion on the power of literature.

The only thing better than reading famed author Octavia E. Butler's work is reading it online, slow motion style, with a bunch of new friends. This read-along is part book club, part story-time part cool-kids meet-up.

Join your Florentine local guide for a virtual tour of Florence, Italy, with a live Q&A and chat function.

Join The Back Room for a chance to meet with several authors in conversation about their works and the writing world.

You don't need to be born with a green thumb to create a jungle inside your apartment. After this free houseplant workshop, you'll be able to jump effortlessly into the world of indoor greenery, no matter how much light you have.

Brush up on a medley of social and professional skills with these monthly workshops, which focus on everything from speech-writing and presentation tools to storytelling and humor.

Dive into what has become a favorite guide for readers and writers everywhere with this group discussion, a closer look at Stephen King's "On Writing."

Celebrate the paperback release of Gladwell's bestselling book, "Talking to Strangers," about our interactions with strangers — and why they often go wrong.

Ready yourself for an hour of fun in this weekly "recess," in which folks can play games, tell stories, and move their way towards connection and personal goals.

Jumpstart the New Year with this book club session, in which participants will discuss "Atomic Habits" by James Clear, an exploration of the systems we all need in place to form positive change, while kicking old habits to the curb.

During this creative writing hour at the National Portrait Gallery, you can create, connect, and draw inspiration from the Portrait Gallery's online exhibitions on Google Arts and Culture. Prompts will inspire you to get writing, plus reading and discussion.

Enjoy an evening of author readings, games, and giveaways during this virtual happy hour, hosted by Literacy Chicago.

Those looking to study this best-selling creative guidebook now have reason to with this multi-week gathering, which discusses different chapters and activities each week.

How has the image of women been crafted through the story of Lilith, then and now? Join a History of Religions Professor at Stockholm University for a deep-dive into the narrative of women through this mythic icon — in art, music, and story.

This panel discussion focuses on the business of streaming Latinx stories via platforms like Netflix. What do guests think these stories mean when it comes to diversity and authenticity? Tune in.

Zoom into the National Women's History Museum in celebration of two new children's books celebrating strong women, by authors Karen M. Greenwald, Nancy Churnin, and Songju Daemicke. Adutls will love these stories, too.

Women from all backgrounds — artists, scholars, activists — share their stories about the intersection of race, gender, and class.

Join professor and author Leslie Lindenauer for a talk on the history of witchcraft and witch-hunting in America and larger questions on how dark periods in American history are handled (or not) in the history books.

Tony Tulathimutt interviews Jonathan Franzen about his new book, the story of a Midwestern family at a pivotal moment of moral crisis. In Crossroads, Franzen explores the history of two generations with characteristic humor and complexity.

Brush up on your sonnets and 16th century accents alike with this improv show, set to the score of all things Shakespeare.

Cat Lantigua, founder of Goddess Council, leads a slate of journaling sessions to help you set thoughtful intentions and goals.

Take a virtual tour of Giza, Saqqara, and Cairo Museum live from Egypt with a local Egyptologist as your online tour guide.

Are you missing international culture? Join this virtual walking tour of London, where you'll also learn how Black activists educated audiences about slavery, wrote and published their narratives, and more.

If you miss going to the bar for a night of trivia with your crew, Atlas Obscura has the next best thing: weekly virtual trivia over Zoom, of course.

Sharpen your speaking and quick thinking skills in this monthly meet-up, a chance to read a play alongside fellow theatre lovers.

Bring some of the most colorful street art in the world into your home with this virtual tour. Artist and expert Ariel takes you though the back alleys and broad thoroughfares of Bushwick and East Williamsburg — with a detour back in time for some graffiti history.

Tune in for a reading and discussion with Toni Jensen, author of "Carry: A Memoir Of Survival On Stolen Land."

Money affects every aspect of human behavior. Authors Kevin Kwan, Cherie Jones, and Mateo Askaripour, with moderator Rumaan Alam, will explore the depiction of money and global financial systems in their work and in contemporary literature.

There's no question anxiety levels are at all-time high latey, but you can channel those feelings into positive action with this writing workshop that benefits Black Visions Collective.

Join esteemed poet Faylita Hicks and others for an innovative reading combining poetry, music and film to explore police reform, sex positivity and the power of voice.

Join author Christa Parravani for a special discussion on writing and the memoirs she has released.

New York City comics Fumi Abe and Michael Nguyen bring some of their funniest friends and acquaintances (all of whom are definitely not hacks) to the virtual stage with this biweekly showcase.