Tuesday, November 30, 2021

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Guilford Art Center Announces Re-Opening for Fall 2020

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Classes being offered at Guilford Art Center include pottery, like this class for a past semester. This semester, small-sized on-campus classes will include social distancing and other health measures. 

Photo courtesy of Guilford Art Center

Classes being offered at Guilford Art Center include pottery, like this class for a past semester. This semester, small-sized on-campus classes will include social distancing and other health measures. (Photo courtesy of Guilford Art Center)

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Classes will be offered at Guilford Art Center for children and adults. Photo courtesy of Guilford Art Center

Classes will be offered at Guilford Art Center for children and adults. (Photo courtesy of Guilford Art Center)

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Classes will be offered remotely and in person during the fall semester at Guilford Art Center. Here, a father and his daughter study a lesson from a drawing class together. Photo courtesy of Guilford Art Center

Classes will be offered remotely and in person during the fall semester at Guilford Art Center. Here, a father and his daughter study a lesson from a drawing class together. (Photo courtesy of Guilford Art Center)

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Blacksmith Mace Vitale is among the teachers who have taught at Guilford Art Center. Photo courtesy of Guilford Art Center

Blacksmith Mace Vitale is among the teachers who have taught at Guilford Art Center. (Photo courtesy of Guilford Art Center)

Guilford Art Center (GAC) announces its reopening for the fall semester, which will begin the week of Monday, Sept. 14.

The fall semester of classes will include a hybrid selection of on-campus and online classes. Small-sized on-campus classes will meet to ensure proper social distancing; there will also be a robust selection of online offerings for those who choose to study remotely.

The GAC Shop will be open for public hours to be announced by early September. The shop is also open for online shopping as well as by appointment.

GAC’s campus has been closed since March, due initially to the pandemic, and subsequently for the completion of construction/improvements to the school building. Online classes and workshops were offered throughout the spring and summer, and the shop has been open online. An in-person reopening, with state-approved guidelines, is designed to safely accommodate the community.

“We are so happy to be able to welcome back our community members to our campus,” says GAC Executive Director Maureen Belden. “We have guidelines in place to safely open our doors for students and visitors, including protocols for social distancing and wearing of masks. We’re also pleased to continue offering online classes so that we can serve all of our students in the way they feel most comfortable.”

More information is available at www.guilfordartcenter.org.




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