Let’s face the facts: We will not meet in clubs, theatres, museums, libraries, concert halls, fitness studios or sports clubs for the next few weeks.
But what are we doing all the time at home? Use digital offers like livestreams, digital museum tours or podcasts! Some also have musicians or singers in the neighbourhood, who now go over to balcony concerts.
To make sure that nobody misses the offers, which are now organized and produced with much love and commitment, we would like to publish regularly the regional actions on our channels.
<Therefore we ask you to link us to your offers or give us tips what is missing in our list. We will now complete it daily.
Photo: Ernesto Uhlmann
You can experience theatre thanks to #Buehne Zuhause at home in your living room, at your desk or on journeys through the world of fantasy. The Theater Chemnitz plays the digital world with numerous stories and adventures to join in: theater-chemnitz.de/buehnezuhause – from and with all sections and departments!
Even if no events are currently causing a sensation in the motor transport sector, things are not quiet in the event location. With KRAFTVERKEHR live, an entertaining talk format on various topics with live music, Kraftverkehr is now going on air at Facebook.
The Atomino wants to broadcast via Atomino-TV regularly on Youtube.
Like all museums the Smac is closed at least until April 19th. Then the special exhibition “Life by the Dead Sea – Archaeology from the Holy Land” would be over. Those who cannot see it yet, can at least visit it digitally.
The City Library Chemnitz offers free access to the digital services of the Chemnitz City Library for all those who are not yet customers of the Chemnitz City Library. Here you go.
The Neue Sächsische Galerie now has a Youtube channel and publishes film portraits of exhibitions there.
Mr. Schmitt now plays a live song every evening via Facebook and Instagram: @herrschmittoficial
“So geht sächsisch.” offers its digital channels and other partners as platforms for creative people and artists from Saxony. More information about #BleibtDaheem can be found on the website.
Before the exit restrictions came into force, the Emmerling dance school took a virtual tour of the city: The result: “Chemnitz continues to dance in the heart” shows a video of the dance teacher team Monday to Friday at 3 pm. The videos can be viewed on the Internet page of the dance school.
If no one is allowed to go to the games museum, then the games just come home. For this purpose the employees have packed game boxes according to age and game theme, but individual packs are also possible. Simply call 0371-306565 Monday to Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and ask for the desired game box or other game combinations. Every Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. the reserved games can then be borrowed for 14 days or borrowed games can be returned in person. The rental fee per game box is 10 Euros.
The Fritz Theater now lets the characters from the productions have their say every week. The couch whisper can be found on Youtube.
What else is there to experience digitally:
Many artists have now started streaming. A nice overview, who streams what when @streamkultur on Twitter.
Nachtkritik, the nationwide theatre feuilleton on the net streams a production from German theatres every evening from 6 pm. In addition, the portal has created a collection of cultural streams, a online schedule, so to speak.
A variety of virtual tours through museums all over the world offers Google Arts & Culture. It’s not the same as directly on site, but maybe the next destination after Corona will be clearer.