Safely reopening Marin County from COVID-19

Arts & Entertainment

Definition

Arts & Entertainment in general take place in a variety of environments in different forms: live theater and symphony; museums, galleries and open studios; indoor and outdoor events; fairs, festivals and outdoor theater; film (indoor & out); family entertainment; and dance schools.

Current Status

Marin’s status on the Blueprint for a Safer Economy means the following Arts & Entertainment-related businesses can operate, with modifications:

  • Aquariumscan operate indoors at maximum 25% capacity
  • Art Galleriescan operate indoors at maximum 25% capacity
  • Drive-In Theaterscan open outdoors
  • Family Entertainment Centers (e.g., Mini Golf, Batting Cages, etc)outdoor only
  • Movie Theaters - can operate indoors at maximum 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is less
  • Museums - can operate indoors at maximum 25% capacity
  • Zoos - can operate indoors at maximum 25% capacity

Unfortunately, the following businesses /operations are still prohibited from operating and should remain closed:

  • Concert & Entertainment Venues
  • Convention Centers (or Convention -like events)
  • Festivals
  • Indoor playgrounds & family entertainment centers (e.g., bowling alleys, arcades, ball pits, bounce centers, laser tag)
  • Live Theater
  • Night Clubs
  • Theme Parks

In general, arts and art environments that result in large gatherings are considered by the State of California to be higher risk and therefore will be unable to resume until a later date.

Reopening Guidelines

Each business much create, adopt and implement a Site Specific Protection Plan (SPP) prior to reopening. The SPP template combines state-level guidance published in the California State Resilience Roadmap and local Marin County public health policies. Arts & Entertainment should follow the guidance below to create a safer environment for workers and patrons.

Incorporate the appropriate industry specific guidelines from the state guidance linked above into the “Business Specific Best Practices” section of your SPP.  When complete, post the SPP in your workplace to show customers and employees that you've reduced the risk of COVID-19 and are open for business.

More Information

As new guidelines become available, this webpage will be updated.   In the interim, please sign up to receive notifications when business protocols and other information about business reopening is available.

Questions?  Contact us.
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