Online cultural activities from Argentina

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Teatro Colón

One of the things that have always characterized the city of Buenos Aires, which draws millions of people from all around the world, is its endless offer of cultural activities.

Unfortunately the COVID-19 pandemic is keeping us all at home and international travelers can't have the chance to visit our beautiful country for now, but we can still enjoy the Argentine culture from home. I have complied a few of the available options below:

1. TEATRO COLON
Every Sunday at 8:00 PM (Buenos Aires time) the prestigious Teatro Colón broadcasts some of its past fantastic productions for free to the world through its website and social media:

2. COMPARTIR CULTURA (Sharing Culture)
This platform, created by the National Ministry of Culture, presents the full audio and visual content produced by this Ministry, offering in one single site the best of the cultural and artistic expressions in our country: movies, theater, music, visual arts, literature, all in one easy access platform:
https://compartir.cultura.gob.ar/

3. CULTURA EN CASA (Culture at home)
This initiative of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires presents all the digital contents from the Ministry of Culture of the city, from theater plays, to workshops, virtual tours, music shows, concerts, audiobooks, movies, series and tutorials. All the contents are updated every day:
https://www.buenosaires.gob.ar/culturaencasa

4. NATIONAL FINE ARTS MUSEUM ONLINE 
Explore the digital collection of the The Fine Arts Museum, with more than 2500 works, with high definition images, audios, and suggested tours.
Through its YouTube channel, the Museum presents a series of interviews to great artists that have had a great impact in the visual history of our country:  Julio Le Parc, Juan Carlos Distéfano, Norberto Gómez, Sara Facio, Marie Orensanz, César Paternosto, Eduardo Stupía, Delia Cancela, Manuela Rasjido and Roberto Jacoby.
https://www.bellasartes.gob.ar/en/
https://www.youtube.com/user/MNBAdigital

6. MALBA Virtual
While we stay at home, Malba Museum offers a series of online proposals to bring the Museum to your own home, including virtual guided visits, movies, talks, classes, interviews:

7. FUNDACION PROA
Proa Foundation offers a wide variety of virtual tours, activities, conferences, and multimedia content available online:
You can tour numerous exhibitions through a very comprehensive section of Audio guides
At their YouTube channel you can see their historical exhibitions, accompanied by the orientation of their art guides:

8. VISIT ARGENTINA channel
Discover some astonishing videos featuring some of the wonderful landscapes Argentina has to offer:
https://www.youtube.com/user/visitarg/featured

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