Liber Divinorum Operum (The Book of Divine Works) (detail; 13th century), Hildegarde von Bingen. By concession of the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities - Lucca State Library

The Botanical Mind Online

Camden Art Centre’s study of plant life and spirituality mixes medieval mysticism with more modern ideas

22 May 2020
Mont Saint Michel (detail; 1897), Paul Signac.

Dallas Museum of Art European Galleries

From the Old Masters to the Impressionists – an information-packed virtual tour of the recently reinstalled galleries

22 May 2020
Untitled (from Week 6: Kitchen) (2020), Yola Monakhov Stockton

Home Alone Together

An online photography exhibition documenting the domestic lives of 25 artists during lockdown

22 May 2020
Büsi (video still; 2001), Peter Fischli and David Weiss.

Works from the Julia Stoschek Collection

One of the largest private collections of time-based media art is being made available to view online

22 May 2020

Boro Textiles: Sustainable Aesthetics

A video tour of Japan Society’s exhibition of historic patchwork garments from the Tohoku region, made to keep out the cold

15 May 2020
Robert Wilson’s video portrait of Isabella Rossellini (still detail).

Robert Wilson Video Portraits

The acclaimed theatre director presents his lively portraits of celebrities and other exotic creatures

15 May 2020
The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto.

3D Tours at the Aga Khan Museum

From the light-filled atrium to a lunar-themed exhibition – wander round the galleries of the Toronto museum

15 May 2020
The Sepulchral Room.

Explore Soane

Go behind the scenes of the Soane Museum’s recent restoration and take a 3D tour of its best-loved rooms

15 May 2020
Looking at Raphael’s Mond Crucifixion.

Sainsbury Wing virtual reality tour

Turn on your VR headset (or just your computer or mobile) for a virtual tour of the National Gallery’s early Renaissance collection

7 May 2020
Composite image (detail) of Girl with a Pearl Earring from images made during the Girl in the Spotlight project.

The Girl in the Spotlight

Two years ago the Mauritshuis carried out a public examination of its most famous painting. The findings are now online

7 May 2020
Sydney Opera House.

Sydney Opera House Digital Season

From Bach and Beethoven to an Aboriginal dance company – an wide range of past events, free to stream online

7 May 2020
New York Apartment (screenshot; 2020), Sam Lavigne and Tega Brain


Online exhibitions weren’t born yesterday – the Whitney launched its pioneering net art programme in 2001

7 May 2020
The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse (still; 1980), Evelyn Lambart.

Begone Dull Care: Nine Fables and Abstractions by Evelyn Lambart

MOCA Toronto hosts a screening of works by the first woman animator to work at the National Film Board of Canada

1 May 2020
Photo: © Inge Kinnet i.o.v. Musea Brugge

Groeningemuseum Virtual Tour

Encounter six centuries of art from the Low Countries – from the Flemish Primitives to fin-de-siècle Symbolism

1 May 2020
Prunus ‘Kanzan’ (flowering cherry cultivar) on Cherry Esplanade.

Cherry Blossoms at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

As the end of cherry-blossom season approaches, you can track the trees’ progress and revisit past blooms

1 May 2020
Limestone portal (late 12th century), French.

Inside the Collection blog

The Gardner Museum picks out masterpieces from its collection – from a medieval doorway to a snake sarcophagus from ancient Egypt

1 May 2020
The Living Hall, Frick Collection, New York.

Frick Collection Virtual Tour

Explore the opulent rooms of Henry Clay Frick’s mansion on the Upper East Side and pause in front of its masterpieces

24 Apr 2020
Screenshot from episode two of the Oxford Back Soloists’ St John Passion from Isolation

St John Passion from Isolation

The Oxford Bach Soloists present a series of rousing performances in aid of the charity Help Musicians UK

24 Apr 2020
Yesterday (1991), Georgina Starr.

Glasgow International 2020

A digital programme of sound and video art, exploring pertinent themes of sickness, solitude and uncertainty

24 Apr 2020
I.G. (1993), Gerhard Richter.

Gerhard Richter Painting

Watch the artist at work in his studio in Cologne – and then see the results in a tour of the Met’s retrospective

24 Apr 2020
© Berlin Phil Media

Berlin Philharmonic Digital Concert Hall

Launched in 2008, this extensive digital archive of concerts and films is now accessible via a free 30-day subscription

17 Apr 2020
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis.

Jazz at Lincoln Center

The Manhattan-based organisation is digging out concerts from its archives – and has pulled together a brand-new virtual gala

17 Apr 2020
Scene from The Winter's Tale performed at the Royal Opera House, London, 2014.


Opera, ballet and a socially distanced rendition of the ‘Hallelujah’ chorus from Handel’s ‘Messiah’ – from the Royal Opera House to your house

17 Apr 2020
Bonjour (2015), Ragnar Kjartansson. Installation view at MAMbo – Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna, 2020.

Ragnar Kjartansson’s Bonjour

Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna

17 Apr 2020