An Online Resource Round-Up

SFTV is home to visual storytellers, media-makers, and the creative forces that will shape the future of entertainment. In light of the global pandemic we now find ourselves in, the industry is seeing massive shifts in the way that content is being produced, delivered, and discussed. Many resources are thankfully being made available to students and the public—you just have to know where to find them. So, we’ve rounded up our favorite resources for students and creative professionals in this Storyteller’s Guide to the (Online) Universe.

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WATCH & LEARN

READ & LISTEN

PLAY & DO

  • Take a peek at these online museum and gallery tours as you couch-surf
  • DownDog App has made all their apps completely free until April 1st—choose from hundreds of at-home yoga, HIIT, Barre, and 7-minute workouts
  • Ryan Heffington, a well-known dance choreographer in LA, is leading scheduled dance parties on IG Live for folks who are quarantined
  • The Broad paired Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Room with music for your viewing pleasure
  • Meditation app Calm is offering several free resources here, including sleep meditations, video tutorials on stretching, and more
  • Go on a virtual tour of the Egyptian Theater with Chief Projectionist Benjamin Tucker