The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media is sharing online cultural and wellbeing resources weekly on their website. 

The list of events includes live stream concerts, art demonstrations, exhibitions and home exercise videos, and can be accessed here. 

Catherine Martin TD, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport 

The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD, said

"While we are all asked to stay at home at this difficult time, there are many ways that we can connect with others and support our wellbeing. I want to ensure that the public, if their movements are restricted for health reasons, still have access to creative, healthy and fun resources that will not only support people during this period but are for all ages, individuals or groups, for families and in many cases are of no cost.

The National Concert Hall are among venues offering virtual events

"I am delighted that my Department can help bring a wide variety of cultural and online resources that will help the public during these difficult times. I hope that they will provide a welcome distraction to everyone from our current daily stresses."

The list of events will be updated weekly, including dates and venues on the Department's social media platforms and via their website here. 

Current highlights include:

Online Exhibition: Harry Clarke - Marginalia 

Online now, via the Crawford Art Gallery

Online Exhibition: Decade Of Centenaries

Online now, via the National Archives

Live Music Performances: Ireland Performs

Online now, via Culture Ireland