David Wilcox, AUBURN – The concert stages, gallery walls and other spaces where arts and culture happen in Cayuga County are currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. But arts and culture are still happening.

As those spaces closed, complying with the state’s efforts to enforce social distancing, they’ve continued their missions by setting up digital presences.

Cultural sites like the Seward House Museum and the Aurora Historical Society have been sharing their collections online, the museum through “Live Stream Lunches” at noon Thursdays on facebook.com/sewardhousemuseum, and the society through a serialized version of its current show, “Scoundrels & Scamps,” on Facebook as well.

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