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By Jeff Maisey
Several local visual arts museums and galleries are now offering virtual views of their current spring exhibitions.
Virginia MOCA and The Artists Gallery/Virginia Beach Art Center are featuring slide shows with details descriptions of each piece of artwork. The Chrysler Museum of Art is also presenting a slide show, but with select works from its extensive permanent collection.
Suffolk Center for the Culture Arts entertains the viewer with a fun, educational video tour. Old Dominion University provides an opportunity to “walk” through the galleries as if you are really there.
Below you will find links to each. Enjoy and stay connected to the arts in the 757.
“2020 Juried Student Exhibition”
ODU Baron & Ellin Gordon Art Galleries”
“400 Years of African-American History & Culture”
Ellis Fine Art/ODU Goode Theater
“New Waves 2020”
“Shifting Gaze: A Reconstruction of the Black & Hispanic Body in Contemporary Art from the Collection of Dr. Robert B. Feldman”
“Walk on the Wild Side”
Suffolk Center for the Cultural Arts
Select Works from Permanent Collection
Chrysler Museum of Art
Virginia Beach Art Center/The Artists Gallery