Projects and Online Access Recommendations from JCA Staff and Members

'Skirting the Line' Exhibit - CMCA, Rockland, ME

Recommendation from Trevor

The exhibition, featuring the work of Tracy Miller, Meghan Brady, Inka Essenhigh, Anne Neely and Hannah Secord Wade, never had a public opening. It was supposed to be on view into June. CMCA has extended the closing date for “Skirting the Line” and its other spring shows until September, assuming the gallery reopens by then. The exhibitions scheduled for this summer will be postponed until summer 2021, said CMCA Executive Director Suzette McAvoy.

Meanwhile, Rockland photographer David Clough has created a virtual tour!

Molly Curren Rowles

NASA's Media Library - Made Public and Copyright Free

Recommendation from Molly

NASA has made their entire collection of images, sounds, and video available and publicly searchable online. It’s 140,000 photos and other resources available for you to see, or even download and use it any way you like.

PJ Library Arts & Crafts Ideas

Recommendation from Andrea

Arts and Crafts with stuff you have at home, plus hands-on activities from Favorite PJ Library Books.

And here's a fun Seder Plate Craft Project just in time for Passover!

The British Museum, London

Recommendation from Trevor

Visit The Museum of the World – an interactive experience through time, continents and cultures, featuring some of the most fascinating objects in human history. The project is a partnership between the British Museum and Google Cultural Institute. For the first time ever, discover objects from the British Museum’s collection from prehistory to the present using the most advanced WebGL (Web Graphics Library) technology available. Jump back in time to explore objects from across diverse cultures and listen to British Museum curators share their insights. Click to connect objects across time and space, and discover hidden links between then and now. Take a look around, explore and learn something new! Enjoy your visit.

P.S. At least 11 other museums (including the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam - pictured above) have gone virtual with their collections while they are closed to the public.