To ensure the well-being of both Public Art Centre staff and visitors, new safety protocols have been established:
  • All visitors must self-assess before visiting the Public Art Centre. Please stay home if you are not feeling well.
  • Please visit External link opens in new tab or windowOntario Health West  for their online assessment tool
  • Visitors are required to wear self-provided masks.(additional masks are available at entry)
  • Hand sanitizer is provided upon entry and throughout the public space.
  • Please follow the directional signs when touring the exhibitions.
  • The Public Art Centre will limit the building’s capacity and use signage to prevent congestion. (Current restrictions: 10 visitors at a time)
  • All visitors and staff must maintain a two-metre distance from each other. Household groups may remain together. Children must stay with an adult at all times.
  • No running in the facility.
  • We encourage visitors to follow a one-way designated path when entering and exiting the gallery spaces.
  • Gallery Three is limited to two visitors, unless the group is from the same household.
  • Plexiglas barriers have been installed at the reception desk.
  • A Hand sanitation station has be placed at entry and stringent cleaning practices will be in place throughout the Public Art Centre.
  • The public washroom in the Public Art Centre will be closed.
  • High-touch points, such as service counters and entry doors, will be cleaned every 30 minutes.
  • Elevator will not be in use to the public.

  • Tuesday to Saturday: 12 PM to 4 PM

  • Public tours, programs and special events are postponed until further notice, as guided by the Provincial Public Health and the provincial government. This includes all social events, on-site educational school programs and exhibition openings.