The Appalachian Center for the Arts is committed to sharing the arts with our patrons in a safe and clean environment. These health and safety protocols have been developed in accordance with CDC and OSHA guidelines and after consultation with medical experts.
Temperature check is required prior to building entry.
Masks are required for guests and staff.
Facemasks must cover nose and mouth and must be either a 2‐ply disposable or a reusable/washable facemask. Neck gaiters, bandanas and masks with vents are not permitted as a substitute for a proper facemask.
6-foot social distancing is required. Appropriate floor markers help with this in gathering areas.
Touchless entry with e-tickets is strongly encouraged
Tables and/or seats are placed a minimum of 6 feet apart and may not be moved.
No physical programs will be distributed.
Cashless payments are available and strongly preferred when there would be exchange of currency
Complimentary hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes are available.
Security and servers will wear gloves.
Thorough sanitization of all spaces occurs before and after each performance.
The Appalachian Center for the Arts presents “The World of Jesus: How Art, Archaeology & Artifacts Illuminate the First Century,” April 10 through September 11, 2021. This exhibit showcases ancient artifacts that will give you a glimpse of what life was like during Jesus’ time here on earth.
Featuring dozens of artifacts from the early Roman period, this exhibit highlights the culture of Jesus’ time, the day-to-day items that people used, and the interesting stories behind them. Several exhibits highlight biblical scripture, offering visual accompaniments to these legendary stories.
WEEKDAYS 2-5 PM
WEEKENDS BY APPOINTMENT
August 8 @ 5:00 PM
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