It’s about to get more and more difficult to resist going back out into the city and making up for lost time. But just because we’ve entered a new phase in the current global situation, doesn’t mean we still shouldn’t take precautions or look for alternative ways to take in entertainment. Tons of internationally-acclaimed creative platforms have adopted the online way of life to keep the inspiring content coming. Check out some great options to get your culture fix:

SXSW Sessions Online

The music, tech, and film festival might not have happened this year, but SXSW launched ‘SXSW Sessions,’ in order to fill the void it left in all of our hearts. The series brings many powerful keynote speakers together for SXSW Talks, live performances, lectures and more.

Miami Film Festival

While our very own international film festival might’ve been cut short this year, they’re making sure you cinephiles out there get a memorable experience. Miami Film Festival has been streaming multiple selections online with Tower Theater, and each weekend’s lineup is more star-studded than the last.

Miami Book Fair Online

Last month, the Miami Book Fair launched an online initiative featuring an abundance of programming streamed live on their Facebook almost every day. From author talks and poetry readings to writing workshops and in-depth interviews, their content has something for every reader.

Live for Live Streams

The popular live music media platform behind some of the best festivals around quickly accessed many past recordings for weekly festival streams. This weekend, they’re taking it up a notch with “Quarantine Comes Alive” an epic virtual music festival featuring music’s most legendary musicians.

We Are One: Global Film Fest

The summer is usually the go-to season for some of the world’s most prestigious film festivals and that was yet another thing that got the short end of the stick this year. Have no fear, though, big names like Cannes and Tribeca have gotten together for a 10-day streaming festival on Youtube starting May 29th.

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