August 13th is the next Re-Opening CT Arts Venues Webinar

Roxanne Baldwin| August 11, 2020

August 13th is the next Re-Opening CT Arts Venues Webinar

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Interactive Session

(Shoreline Arts Alliance Facebook Live will be activated only

when zoom capacity of 500 attendees is reached)

“Reopening” for the arts and cultural sectors varies greatly across disciplines, art forms and means of presentation, and there is no one size fits all approach.

While assessments on when to reopen performance venues and reschedule live events differ by geographic location, physical space, event size and attendee population, we can all agree that safety comes first. There is no better advisor than the public health sector.

We encourage you to attend a special webinar presented by Shoreline Arts Alliance in Partnership with the Yale School of Public Health:

REOPENING CT ARTS VENUES: SCIENCE-BASED SAFETY (Webinar 6)

Preparedness, Consumer Confidence, Clarity for Constituents

Common Solutions

Site Specifics

with Dr. Sten Vermund, Dean, Yale School of Public Health and Dr. Krystal Pollitt, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology (Environmental Health Sciences), Yale School of Public Health

This session will include solutions for common challenges many venues are facing and share photos of examples in practice today.

Public Health researchers and leaders, Drs. Sten Vermund and Krystal Pollitt, will offer arts organizations, venues, staff and boards science-based guidance. This state-wide convening offers clarity, practical scientific advice and an opportunity for you to ask questions related to risk-reduction strategies. Public health scholars will offer advice on when and how to open, leading to consumer confidence and ensuring success and long-term viability.

August 13th at 10 a.m. ET

Live Q&A and/or send questions prior to each event to office@shorelinearts.org

Please register on Eventbrite.

Shoreline Arts Alliance Facebook Live will be activated only when zoom capacity of 500 attendees is reached.

Please share widely, and then join us for these essential conversations.

If you missed:

REOPENING CT ARTS VENUES: SCIENCE-BASED SAFETY (Webinar 1 on May 29th)

Preparedness, Consumer Confidence, Clarity for Constituents

You may see it here.

REOPENING CT ARTS VENUES: SCIENCE-BASED SAFETY (Webinar 2 on June 9th)

Preparedness, Consumer Confidence, Clarity for Constituents

Risk Reduction Planning and Air Handling

You may see it here.

REOPENING CT ARTS VENUES: SCIENCE-BASED SAFETY (Webinar 3 on June 24th)

Preparedness, Consumer Confidence, Clarity for Constituents

Opening Right the First Time!

You may see it here.

REOPENING CT ARTS VENUES: SCIENCE-BASED SAFETY (Webinar 4 on July 9th)

Preparedness, Consumer Confidence, Clarity for Constituents

Common Solutions and Site Visit Findings

You may see it here.

REOPENING CT ARTS VENUES: SCIENCE-BASED SAFETY (Webinar 5 on July 23rd)

Preparedness, Consumer Confidence, Clarity for Constituents

HVAC for Facilities Managers

You may see it here.

Charter Task Force Members

Founder and Chair: Eric Dillner, Shoreline Arts Alliance, Guilford
Co-Chair: Sten Vermund, Yale School of Public Health, New Haven
Evan Bakke, Power Station Sound Studios, Sonalysts, Waterford
Rebekah Beaulieu, Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme
Gian-Carl Casa, The Alliance: Voice of Community Nonprofits, Hartford
Judy Dworin, Judy Dworin Performance Project, Hartford
Judith McElhone, Five Points Center for the Visual Arts, Torrington
Frank Tavera, Palace Theatre, Waterbury
Derron Wood, Flock Theatre, New London

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