City Arts is looking forward to welcoming participants, artists and visitors back to our building.
Much of our core work is with vulnerable people, including those with complex health needs. Because of this, we have taken the decision to be cautious in our re-opening to the public.
We are planning small changes to the ground floor. These will ensure our building is as safe, accessible and welcoming as possible. You can contribute your ideas for the building by completing this survey.
We are following current Government guidelines regarding returning to our office. Staff will visit the building roughly 1 day per week during August and September. We will observe social distancing at all times.
We hope to be partially open by the end of the year. It is our ambition to be hosting groups by end of March 2021. This is of course subject to change, pending developments. Read our COVID-19 risk assessment.
In the meantime, please keep in touch via our website and social media. Join our next Artist’s Coffee Morning (next date coming soon on our What’s On page). We would love to hear from you.
As we are unable to showcase artists and participant’s work in our window, we are bringing more of this work online. We continue to offer a platform for the voices of artists who have taken a non-traditional route into the arts or who feel marginalised by the art world.
Director, City Arts