COVID-19 Safety

Updated June 1st, 2022

In compliance with British Columbia Health Orders, Morrow is observing COVID 19 Safety Protocols. Our protocols may be stricter than what is mandated by BC Public Health Orders. Thank you for your patience as we strive to support a healthy arts community!

MORROW GENERAL VISITOR RULES:

We request that people with signs of illness do not visit. Visitors who have tested positive for COVID 19 and have not isolated for 6 days and subsequently received negative antigen tests results, may not visit. GALLERY VISITORS, GUESTS AND AUDIENCE MEMBERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR MASKS AT ALL TIMES IN ALL AREAS. PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS WORKING AT MORROW ON CREATIVE PROJECTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR MASKS – AT THEIR DISCRETION.

MORROW GALLERY VISITORS: Maximum 15 people

Morrow’s Gallery is open to visitors. Please book an appointment so we can ensure there is adequate time to ventilate and disinfect between visitors. If you wish to visit Morrow to browse the collection of artists’ creations, you are encouraged to wear a mask in all areas of the space. Hand Sanitizer is available upon entry. During your visit windows/doors will be open to aid air flow.

CREATIVE WORK AND CLASSES AT MORROW: Professional rehearsals and workshop activities are ongoing Morrow. Masks are encouraged for professional rehearsals. For all workshops and classes, all participants are encouraged to wear masks. To ensure ventilation, participants must open windows and turn on ceiling fan while working. Failure to comply will these and any updated measures implemented by Morrow, will result in loss of access to the space.

EVENTS AT MORROW: Public Events at Morrow have resumed. All audience members and patrons are encouraged to wear masks at all times in all areas.

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE COVID 19 SAFETY RULES, DUMB INSTRUMENT DANCE SOCIETY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DENY ENTRY OR REQUEST VISITORS TO LEAVE – FOR ANY REASON THE SOCIETY DEEMS POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS WITH REGARDS TO COVID 19.