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Virtual Vibes

Ginger C. Strejcek

TUNE IN TO ONLINE ENTERTAINMENT

SCAD Atlanta – Winter 2020 – Exhibitions – Alaia Adrian – “Masters of Cut” – Teaser Documentation – SCADFash – Photography Courtesy of SCAD

As many events are rescheduled and museums remain closed, culture vultures can still get their fill of art, music, movies and more with a slew of online programming:

The Atlanta Jazz Festival served up 31 Days of Jazz online last month while exploring alternative dates for its 43rd annual musical showcase. Hit rewind and crank up the volume for funk-filled performances and playlists. atlantafestivals.com 

Take a “Coffee Break” with Spruill, weekdays at 10 a.m., as instructors at Spruill Center for the Arts go live with demonstrations in everything from painting and ceramics to glassblowing and blacksmithing. Night owls can catch the classes later in the day on YouTube. spruillarts.org/virtual-programming

Elevate at-home movie watching with the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s online offerings, including AJFF in Conversation bi-weekly podcasts and monthly webinars (the first one featured Jesse Eisenberg), and the AJFF Playback interactive film contest. There’s also a blog of recommended flicks, from movie musicals to films about food. ajff.org 

Marvel at the couture creations of Azzedine Alaïa and Gilbert Adrian in “Alaïa-Adrian: Masters of Cut,” presented online by the SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film. Adrian designed costumes for hundreds of MGM films (most notably, The Wizard of Oz) and outfitted such stars as Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford during Hollywood’s Golden Age. Alaïa, a Tunisian sculptor turned Parisian designer, dressed a runway of supermodels, from Naomi Campbell to Linda Evangelista. scadfash.org, facebook.com/SCADFASH, #MuseumFromHome

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