In keeping with the general reopening of Ontario, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection has announced plans to reopen to members July 30th and the general public the next day.
Of course there will be new rules in place to try to limit the spread of COVID-19 at the gallery’s facility in Kleinburg.
The new rules include timed ticketing for all visitors. unidirectional travel through the gallery, two metres of social distancing required at all times, masks for visitors indoors over the age of five and protective face shields for all front-line staff.
Among the current exhibitions on offer; “A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100” and “Tom Thomson” which presents a number of the painter’s oil sketches.
The gallery theatre, cafe and other ancillary facilities will remain closed.