One of Calgary’s coolest galleries finally reopens tomorrow!
It’s an art attack! Today on their Instagram, Calgary’s Esker Foundation Gallery announced that not only will they be reopening again this Wednesday, they’ve also extended the Katie Ohe exhibit until the end of August!
Of course, for the safety of the public, they will be taking precautionary measures, but they certainly won’t be anything that we’re not already used to! In order to check out the gallery in the coming weeks, the Esker Foundation asks that everyone pre-book their visits and that they wear a mask while in the building.
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They’re also requesting that you sanitize your hands before entering the space, but they will be providing this at the door! If you don’t have a mask, they’ll also have those at the front desk for those who need them. In addition to all of these things, they will be enforcing physical distancing and they will be enhancing their cleaning measures.
Unfortunately, for now, none of the artwork will be interactive, but honestly, if that’s the small price we have to pay to support the local creators who need us right now, then so be it! Please remember, that if you do choose to go, that you’re safe and smart, but above all, that you enjoy yourselves, Calgary!
When: Wednesday, July 8th
Where: 4th Floor, 1011 – 9th Avenue SE, Inglewood, Calgary