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The Center For The Arts Presents Open Gallery

Thursdays & Fridays
4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Granucci Gallery

  • Limited Capacity Gallery & Bar Event
  • Free event.  Donations welcome.

Join us at The Center on Thursdays and Fridays, from 4-7pm this summer to peruse the current fine art exhibit.

 

Current Exhibit: Nancy Mintz | Strata

Mintz considers herself a “materials artist,” taking her inspiration from the innate potential of the diverse media that she has mastered through her career— including ceramics, wood, and metals to textiles and paper. Learn More.

 

  • Upcoming Exhibitions

Rick’s Bar & Cafe

Enjoy canned brews, bottled wines and full bar service. 

 

Safety Protocols

“We’re all in this together” describes the essential role patrons play in allowing live events to reopen safely. Because COVID-19 is highly contagious, everyone – patrons as well as staff – must do their part.

Face coverings will be required for bar and gallery visitors. Free disposable face masks will be available at the front entrance and cloth face masks will be available for purchase at the bar. For children under 12 face coverings are strongly recommended but not required.

Rental Parties that are not open to the public have the option to either require or recommend masks for their guests. For seated dinner events there is a 10 person limit for each table and all persons must be part of the same household to share a table

Capacity Limitations will be strictly enforced to 25% of total capacity. 35 visitors to the Bar/Gallery and 100 maximum inside the Auditorium. These limitations do not include staff.

Social Distancing must be maintained at all times while visiting The Center. This will be monitored by staff. With this in mind, only 5 patrons will be allowed in the restroom at one time. 

Read our full disclosure here.

 

               

 

Thank you to Board President, Betsy Swann Brown, for making these cloth masks, available for sale at The Center.
Options include with or without a straw hole to more easily enjoy a beverage from the bar.