Coronavirus Cultural Advice Initiative


The Coronavirus Cultural Advice Initiative was founded by Lytton Patrick Brown in October 2020 to submit requests for closing museums, performing arts venues, historic sites & other attractions based on case data and medical advice in regions I have visited where governments ignore high infection rates. Closures are required to reduce infection rates, save lives for patrons, staff and local residents. In addition, region wide requests to local governments are also part of the overall initiative. Culture is very important, but closing it's venues is vital to end this virus by 2022 and not many years from now.


10 June
Request for Canadian Olympic Committee

25 May
Thank you to Queen's Park

14 May
Request for John Hancock Center

13 May
Request for Sears / Willis Tower

11 May
Thank you to Province of Manitoba

5 February
Request for International Skating Union

4 February
Thank you & request for Government of Ontario

5 January
Thank you & request for Government of Ontario

​18 December
Request for United Kingdom

​16 December
Thank you to Republic of France

15 December
Thank you to Kingdom of Denmark

14 December
Thank you to Province of Alberta​

​10 December
Request for Government of Ontario

7 December
Request for Harbour Centre

4 December
Request for Royal Alberta Museum

3 December
Thank you to Province of Manitoba

28 November
Thank you to City of New York

27 November
Request for Empire State Building

26 November
Request for St. Patrick's, New York​

23 November
Thank you to Kingdom of Belgium 

22 November
Thank you to Republic of Austria

21 November
Request for Skylon Tower

19 November
Request for Bata Shoe Museum

18 November
Thank you to Redpath Museum

17 November
Request for Art Gallery of Ontario

16 November
Thank you to King of Belgium

13 November
Request for Royal Ontario Museum​

12 November
Request for Government of Ontario

11 November
Thank you to Belgian Royal Children

2 October
Thank you to CN Tower

Request for City of Toronto

Request for Toronto Public Health