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). 


SPACES gallery hours are Wednesdays - Fridays noon to 5 pm and Saturdays, noon - 5pm. 

  • Wear a mask at all times, covering your nose and mouth

  • socially distance from staff and other visitors

  • Limit your group to 8 or fewer


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


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:


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. 

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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 once weekly facilities cleanings by professionals.

What other precautions are you taking? 

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:

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