These are special times. The coronavirus crisis management process is making a huge difference in how we conduct our public and business life for arts& culture.
This white paper examines the challenges of culture with the closure of arts and places that create the need to keep public attention and COVID-19.
Special times require special procedures. This white paper will continue to recommend the use of virtual reality (VR) technology as a way to change the way we interact with art and culture as we follow the rules by which we must live and work.
This will be done by providing good case studies that will show how virtual reality can work effectively in this key system, as well as solutions for moving forward during the coronavirus period that won’t be relevant when the body stops problems but is an advanced way to do it. to obtain it, art. And the culture of the future.
Problem: no program, no audience for arts &culture, no money.
The coronavirus is prevented from affecting art and culture around the world. There are ruins of museums, museums and concert halls. Events such as the Leipzig exhibition and the Venice Biennale have been canceled or postponed for good.
Don’t miss out on music festivals and music tours. This film was captured in the TV1 movie. Pope Francis even delivered his traditional Easter message from St. Peter’s Basilica almost in no uncertain terms.
As epidemics sweep the world, public clutter and travel restrictions hinder public gatherings to share cultural experiences.