Published Apr 29, 2020With stay-home orders still in full effect, the Grammy Museum has decided to hybridize its current programming for virtual attendance — including its latest offering, Beyond Black — The Style of Amy Winehouse, an event celebrating the eclectic wardrobe and personal archive of the late Amy Winehouse.
The exhibit will now take place in livestream form through the museum's Instagram, with journalist Eve Barlow hosting and appearances by JoJo, Winehouse's close friend Catriona Gourlay and stylist Naomi Parry.
The event is taking place tomorrow (April 30), the 13th anniversary of Winehouse's hit single "Back to Black," from 5 to 6 p.m. ET and will be available to stream afterward on the Grammy Museum's website starting May 1.
Originally, the exhibit was touted as an event that "captures the spirit of the late singer through her iconic outfits, never-before-seen handwritten lyrics, journal entries, and other reflections from her family's personal archive."
How the museum intends for its virtual counterpart to play out remains unclear.
The museum has been closed since March 12 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Watch a video preview of the live exhibit below.