After 10 weeks of temporary closure, the Art Gallery of South Australia will reopen its doors to the public at 10am on Friday 5 June and continue operating from 10am – 5pm daily.
Visitors must adhere to the 1 person per 2m square limit and follow the 1.5m social distancing rule.
How AGSA is working to keep visitors safe
- Visitors are asked to use the sanitation stations throughout the Gallery.
- Comply with the capacity restrictions and with physical distancing when queuing as outlined by 1.5m distanced floor markings and other signage in the Gallery.
- Use cashless credit or debit cards for on-site purchases.
- Gallery surfaces and high-touch items will be cleaned and sanitised frequently.
- We have removed the large information label cards in the galleries and replaced these with wall labels.
- Single-use maps are available for visitors to take, but we ask that these are not returned.
- We ask visitors who are unwell, or have experienced cold or flu symptoms in the last 14 days, to postpone visiting the Gallery until you are well again.
- Gallery Food + Wine will be open with capacity limits.
- The Gallery Store will be open to the public with capacity limits at any one time, with a one-way traffic system.
- The Courtyard is open with capacity limits.
- Cloaking facilities are open and limited and staffed by Security.
- The Vestibule information desk will be staffed by Security.
- The Atrium information desk will be unstaffed however single-use maps will be available from Cloaking.
- The Library, Lounge and The Studio are open with restricted numbers. The Function Room will remain closed for now.
- There will be no guided tours or group bookings.
- Following SA Government advice, Gallery Volunteers will not return to the Gallery in their normal capacity in the short term, but may visit the Gallery as citizens.
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