SPACES Safety Procedures

Your safety is our top priority. We have instituted the following infection-control procedures adhering to all policies set forth by Governor Mike DeWine’s office, local officials and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). 

Timed tickets are posted in the exhibition pages for The Grass is Always Greener by Danielle Andress (Chicago, IL) and Universal Approximator by Jeff Thompson (Jersey City, NJ).

RESERVATIONS FOR TIMED ENTRY

SPACES new gallery hours are Wednesdays through Saturdays, noon - 5pm. The gallery will welcome guests by appointment only in 60-minute increments. Up to eight individuals may be in the gallery at a time and you must register all guests in your party when reserving tickets.

Guests shall certify the following statements when signing up for appointments via SPACES website: 

  • I am not currently experiencing any COVID-19 Symptoms.

  • I have had no fever for at least 72 hours and have not taken medication to reduce fever during that time.

  • I will adhere to all SPACES visitor procedures, including: wearing a mask at all times, not touching doors, walls or art objects, and maintaining social distancing with a minimum of 6 feet apart from other visitors or staff.  

Staff will clean high-touch areas between appointment slots. At least one bottle of hand sanitizer will be available for guest use. Additional details will be provided in a follow-up appointment email. 

PLAN YOUR VISIT

  • SPACES does not have a dedicated parking lot and guests must find their own nearby street parking. Please allow time to park prior to your appointment time slot. 

  • Visitors must arrive at, but not before, the time specified on their ticket to maintain safety limits. If guests are more than 30 minutes late for their appointment, entry cannot be guaranteed. However, SPACES staff will attempt to grant admission in the soonest available time slot that day. 

  • You are free to enjoy other local attractions prior to your arrival, as SPACES does not have an indoor waiting area.

  • Visitors may enter through the main door (under the neon “Art” sign), after ringing the doorbell at their appointment time. Staff will open the door and make space for you to enter. 

  • For the safety of all staff and visitors, SPACES Mistake Lab, bathrooms, video screening room and shared studios will remain closed to the general public. 

  • See additional details in the FAQ's below

ON VIEW

A complete list of artist project on view in SPACES galleries and online is available HERE. Check back as we announce new projects regularly.  

TOURS AND PROGRAMMING

SPACES staff are available to provide basic orientation and answer questions when you arrive. However, we are not providing extensive on-site tours at this time. Take a look at current and upcoming online events HERE. If you or your group would like to schedule an online “tour” of current artist projects prior to your visit, please email: contact@spacescle.org

IN GRATITUDE

We thank you for supporting these guidelines and working together to maintain a safe, healthy, and affirming place for all. It is our great pleasure to bring you experimental art projects from local, national, and international artists. 

FAQs  |  Answers to Frequently Asked Questions 

Is there somewhere I can store my things during my visit?

On account of our increased health and safety protocols, we cannot store your personal items or food/beverage containers. You are welcome to carry a bag and all personal items with you while you view our exhibitions. 

How often are SPACES galleries cleaned? 

Our current protocols include twice weekly facilities cleanings by professionals and hourly cleanings of high-contact areas by SPACES Staff. 

What other precautions are you taking? 

In this phase of re-opening, SPACES is welcoming guests by appointment only at drastically reduced capacity and continuing our online programming for events. We are monitoring staff and visitor health and will close for deep cleaning if any visitors test positive for COVID-19. There is an antibacterial solution station available on entry. 

Why is SPACES requiring face coverings? 

The CDC recommends wearing face coverings in social settings to slow the spread of COVID-19. For that reason, SPACES is requiring everyone, including staff, artists and other office guests, to wear a face covering over the mouth and nose when inside the building. 

Please contact us if if the answer to your question is not provided: contact@spacescle.org




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