Have you heard the news? We’re gearing up to open this summer with select events both indoors and outside. Safety for our staff, crew, and patrons has been our number one priority since the beginning of the pandemic. We have worked closely with the Nevada County Health Department to adhere to all guidelines set locally and statewide. Let’s take a look at how we’re reopening safely together. General Guidelines Hand Washing & Sanitizing Social Distancing Enforced Face Coverings Required On-Site CapacityLimitations Did you know? The Center’s filtration system has the highest efficiency possible and is currently set at 8 air exchanges per hour. Guidelines for Reopening ActivitiesIncluding Movies, Outdoors Concerts and Indoor Dining Please refer to posted signage for rules upon entry Mobile Ordering & Checkout Available for contract-free transactions Plexiglass barriers are placed in front of cashiers and pick up counters. Guests and visitors arrive at staggered times,Read More
In our continued efforts to make the arts more accessible during COVID, and to make public health and safety a top priority, we are now accepting reservations for private gallery visits. Masks are required and capacity is limited to 10 visitors at a time. 45 minute time slots are available starting Tuesday, July 28 for the new exhibit Erin Noel, Unfolding. CAPACITY: 10 people LENGTH: 45 minute slots HOURS: COST: FREE Reserve your gallery time by emailing Gallery@thecenterforthearts.org or call to make an appointment today. Help us keep each other safe. When at The Center we require that you wear a mask and maintain social distance. Read more about our safety protocols. Upcoming Exhibitions
Dear Patrons of The Center, After carefully considering our responsibilities to patrons, employees, artists, and the community; we have decided to postpone all Center presented shows that were originally scheduled for March, April, and May. In times of crisis, we turn to family, friends, and the things that ground us. The Center is all of that to us. After three years of incredibly hard work, the pain of having to shut down the week of our opening is not an emotion I will soon forget. A few days ago, I stood on the stage at the newly renovated Center and gazed out at the empty rows of seats. It is one of the most beautiful theaters I have had the pleasure of being a part of. I am in awe of what we have created and simultaneously deeply saddened that we will not be able to share it with the community…Read More
“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.