The Ann Arbor Art Center will launch a soft reopening Tuesday after closing its doors to the public because of COVID-19.
Residents will be able to visit the center’s first floor Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. All those who enter the building will have to wear a mask and restrooms will not be available for public use. Kate Robertson is the director of education for the center.
Kate Robertson: We’re starting the process of looking at plein air classes or outdoor painting classes, but also, small, in-person art classes.
Robertson says they hope to offer some of those in-person activities late this summer or early fall.
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