Explore the city’s cultural offerings from afar.

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Even when the lights are out on Broadway, NYC is still the cultural capital of the world. Lucky for those of us stuck at home, the city’s greatest artists and curators have moved quickly to bring New York’s unparalleled cultural offerings online.
When you need a break from WFH (or when you’re just bored of waiting for your new pigeon BFF to flap past your window), take some time to explore the city’s new socially distant art experiences. Whether you want to spend an afternoon lost in the Met, watch a Broadway show from the best seats in the house, or listen to a poet perform a personalized reading just for you — we’ve rounded up our favorite ways to explore art in NYC. And if you can, please consider donating to the city’s cultural institutions. They need us now more than

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