While life is returning to normal, the novel coronavirus continues to be a risk to some and at the front of everyone’s mind. As a community organization, we are committed to doing our part to help protect everyone. Here’s how we are continuing to manage your safety and ours at Bethany Arts Community.
- No longer required.
- While not required, appointments may be made by emailing us at email@example.com or by calling: (914) 944-4278. If we do not answer, please leave a message with your phone number and the day and time you would like to visit. We will return your call and confirm your visit or work with you to find a new time.
- BAC retains the right to limit capacity following NYS and CDC guidelines.
- Face masks are required inside for all visitors, whether vaccinated or not, older than two years old.
- All staff members, BAC studio artists, and residency artists are required to wear face masks in the hallways and galleries that are open to the public.
- Groups are limited to ten people. If you have a larger group, please call us and we can help you make special arrangements.
- If you are feeling ill or know or believe you may have been exposed to COVID, we ask that you please wait to visit BAC at a later date.
- Keep up to date by following us on our website: bethanyarts.org
During Your Visit
- Hand sanitizer is available upon entry.
- Visitors are asked to sign-in.
- Face masks are to be worn at all times and visitors who are not fully vaccinated are to observe social distancing which at this time means at least 6 feet from staff and visitors not in your family/arrival party.
What we are doing to keep our visitors and staff safe
- Making hand sanitizing stations and wipes available.
- Requiring daily staff and resident artist health checks.
- Frequent cleaning and disinfecting of all open spaces
- Increased monitoring of employee and community health
- Ensuring that staff members follow all recommended safety precautions
Recommended Practices to Reduce the Spread
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use hand sanitizer when soap and water is not available.
- Follow cough and sneeze hygiene.
- Social distance and wear a mask when in public.
- Stay home when you are sick.
- Stay abreast of CDC, NY State and Westchester Department of Health guidelines. [CDC.gov, coronavirus.health.ny.gov/home, health.westchestergov.com