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NEW COVID/Summer Hours and Safety Procedures

We are excited to welcome you back! 

New COVID/Summer Hours:

Tuesday - Saturday

12 - 5 pm 

CLOSED to the public Sunday & Monday.

Visitor Regulations & COVID-19 Safety: 

  1. Do not visit the Mann Art Gallery if you have any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19, or have had close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or is showing  symptoms. Do not visit if you have traveled outside of Canada in the past 14 days. 

  2. In accordance with the City of Prince Albert facilities' policy, the COVID-19 declaration and waiver form must be signed when entering the building. 

  3. Masks are strongly encouraged - please bring your own. Disposable masks will be available for purchase.

  4. Please use the hand sanitizer at the sanitation station near the front door when you arrive. 

  5. Staff and visitors must maintain physical distancing by standing 2 metres / 6 feet apart from each other. 

  6. There may be a maximum of 10 people in the Main Gallery, 5 people in the Project Space, and 1 person in the Gift Shop at any one time. Staff will ask visitors to wait outside the gallery if capacity is reached.

  7. Staff will wear masks or shields when visitors are present.

  8. Visitors must remain within the MAG space at all times, and NOT cross over to the E.A. Rawlinson theatre space, which is currently closed, for any reason. Gallery visitors must use the single-stall, accessible washroom located beside the Main Gallery. 

  9. The Education Studio is currently closed to the public.

  10. Staff will frequently sanitize high-touch surfaces including door handles and tables. 

  11. Please note that you are entering the Mann Art Gallery and the E.A. Rawlinson at your own risk. 

Common COVID-19 symptoms may include one or more of the following:

  • fever;

  • cough;

  • headaches;

  • aches and pains;

  • sore throat;

  • chills;

  • runny nose;

  • loss of sense of taste or smell; and

  • shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.

These may be unexplained new or worsening symptoms, and may vary. Some people experience mild symptoms or no symptoms at all. *Source: Government of Saskatchewan website Thank you very much for understanding that these regulations and reduced hours are in place to reduce the risk of COVID-19 for our staff and visitors. We look forward to seeing you - from a safe distance - over  the summer! 

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