March 25, 2020
During this uncertain time, we have created a set of online resources to help you stay healthy and engaged. We hope you find them informative and entertaining. As we identify additional material, we will periodically add them to this page.
Guidelines for Avoiding Coronavirus Exposure: The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has a broad set of recommendations for limiting your risk of exposure to the coronavirus. Much of this advice has been widely publicized at this point, such sanitizing hands, physical isolation, and staying 6 feet away when you do need to be in the presence of others. One element that some may be underestimating is temporarily eliminating in-person contact with people outside of their immediate households. According to medical experts, people can have the virus and spread it before presenting symptoms themselves, so friends or family members can unknowingly transmit the virus by coming into contact with you. Therefore, it’s best to keep your distance and avoid in-person gatherings.
Online Fitness Classes: links to fitness classes from a variety of providers
Meditation and Wellness Classes: access to meditation and mental health apps which are currently available for free
Google Arts & Culture has over 1,200 museums, artists, and places to explore, as well as interesting articles.
The Louvre- Paris, France
Musee d’Orsay- Paris, France
The National Gallery- London, England and the Monet was here exhibit
The Olympic Museum- Lausanne, Switzerland
Van Gogh Museum- Amsterdam, Netherlands
Musical and Theater Performances
Boston Symphony Orchestra: the BSO and WCVB are offering encore performances Mon-Sat at 8pm
The Metropolitan Opera: each day, a different encore presentation from the company’s Live in HD series is being made available for free streaming on the Met website
Broadway Plays and Musicals
Live Concerts: NPR is maintaining a list of free live concerts by date
Places to Visit
Other Learning Activities
The Boston Aquarium: access live presentations as well as videos of aquatic life and at-home activities
The Museum of Modern Art (NYC): free online courses
Online College Courses: this site provides access to 450 free online courses from Ivy League universities.
Van Gogh Crafting and Coloring: at-home activities for children offered by the Van Gogh museum
Last Seen Podcast: examines one of the largest unsolved art heists in history where 13 artworks were stolen form the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Fiduciary Trust Thought Leadership
Podcast Channel: Listen to the Fiduciary Insights podcast channel on iTunes or Google Play. Our podcasts are also available on the Fiduciary Trust website.
Fiduciary Insights: Read our latest articles and watch our videos
We hope you find these resources useful in staying healthy and engaged during this challenging time. Please reach out to your Fiduciary Trust Investment Officer or John Morey, Head of Client Service (617-574-3459 or firstname.lastname@example.org), if we can be of assistance.
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