I think Keith Haring’s unmistakable style must have been the first queer art I appreciated through his segments on Sesame Street.

Seeing the comprehensive exhibition at Tate Liverpool last year allowed me to appreciate the full size, breadth and context of his work.

While museums and galleries remain closed, you can still tour through exhibitions and collections at home.

BBC Four’s tour of the Andy Warhol exhibition at Tate Modern is on iPlayer as part of their Museums in Quarantine series.

There’s also a virtual LGBTQ of London’s Victoria and Albert Museum with its dedicated volunteer tour guides as part of the incredible #MuseumFromHome series on Twitter.

June’s sex and sexuality issue of Attitude magazine celebrated Tom of Finland’s centenary as well as interviews with contemporary erotic arts and artists, which is worth reading and finding new artists to follow on Instagram. You can find more new contemporary LGBTQ artists in this Them article.

(Top tip: check you’re a member of your local library, and if you can access digital services to read magazines and newspapers for free).

Who’s your favourite LGBTQ visual artists and designers? Tweet using #PrideEveryDay.