Museums are still closed here but you can visit them virtually. Filled with great art , music and more they have something for everyone. Lisa
Stroll through the art galleries—or at least feel like you are—when you take the 360-degree virtual tour of the New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans’ oldest fine arts institution, which boasts a permanent collection of more than 40,000 objects.
Even when you’re not at Baton Rouge’s LSU Museum of Art, you can still experience its permanent collection with a 360-degree virtual tour. The permanent collection, housed on the fifth floor of the Shaw Center for the Arts, includes one of the most comprehensive public collections of Louisiana art, as well as a notable Chinese jade collection.
With video tours of exhibits, recorded gallery talks, live online art sessions and live mindfulness sessions inspired by a work of Southern art, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art offers a wealth of virtual experiences, no matter where you are in the world. This museum in New Orleans’ Warehouse Arts District specializes in work by Southern artists, as well as workshops and special events.
Whether you’re scrolling through pictures of artwork in the digital collection, watching videos of virtual tours or downloading educational coloring books to make your own art, the Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane in New Orleans features an online hub of online art experiences.
The National WWII Museum in New Orleans is renowned for its immersive educational experiences—from multimedia exhibits to the 4D journey Beyond All Boundaries, narrated by Tom Hanks—but it also offers an array of distance learning programs for students and life-long learners of all ages. For more remote experiences, check the events calendar for upcoming webinars offered through Zoom, touching on topics ranging from aircraft design to women Airforce service pilots during World War II.
At the New Orleans Jazz Museum, photographs, sheet music, records and instruments that once belonged to jazz greats are the draw for music aficionados. Experience a sample of the collection from home when you browse the Louisiana Digital Library, or listen to live jazz during one of the virtual concerts, offered as part of the “Quarantunes” live music series.
The Hilliard Art Museum :
Our Museum is a bridge. Our Museum is a catalyst. Our Museum is for everyone. We connect art and education, our university and our community, generations and cultures.
The Hilliard Art Museum – University of Louisiana at Lafayette is not just a place to look at art. It’s a place where visitors are encouraged to truly see art.
It is place of learning, where students sketch in the galleries and artists talk about their work. It’s a destination for families, where kids express their own creativity through hands-on activities. And it’s a resource for academic research and observation.
Why do we maintain an art museum?
We believe that art is a catalyst for social change. Museum experiences build skills that extend into every aspect of life. Viewing art promotes dialogue and understanding between individuals, among families, and throughout our community.
Art makes life richer. And better. For everyone.