Winter Hours and Programming at CTAC
To help control the spread of COVID-19 in our community, Crooked Tree Arts Center is focused on bringing you inspiring arts experiences, virtually. Through March 31, our buildings will be open limited hours to serve you, during which you can drop by for memberships and to shop the sales galleries. We thank you for your understanding and continued support!
Enjoy your visit to CTAC safely
We are taking steps in accordance with CDC guidelines to protect the health of our guests, volunteers, and staff. These include frequent hand-washing, sanitizing shared surfaces, wearing masks, monitoring staff for symptoms, and physical distancing. Here's how you can help us "stay safe to stay open":
|Wear a mask
Masks help control the spread of respiratory droplets, so guests are required to wear masks in our buildings. (We have disposable masks available if you forget yours!)
|Practice 6' of physical distancing
Please give other guests and staff a wide berth!
|Visit CTAC responsibly
Not feeling 100%? Or have you been in close contact with someone who isn't? We would love to see you another day! (This goes for staff too!)
A message from CTAC's site directors
CTAC Members and Friends,
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Crooked Tree Arts Center has continued to connect people through the arts. Following public health guidelines, we’ve adapted to online platforms and virtually re-imagined your favorite CTAC events.
With a vaccine on the horizon, we are optimistic that we will be able to resume in-person activities in 2021. But as the virus continues to spread in our community, we must work together to mitigate it through the winter months.
For the first quarter of 2021, CTAC will focus on bringing you arts experiences virtually, including classes, lectures, and exhibitions.
Our in-person programming will resume April 1, as public health conditions allow. Through this proactive approach, we can better plan for the future, keep our staff safe, preserve resources, and help our community control the spread of COVID-19.
Our buildings will be open for limited hours to serve you (see website), during which you can drop by for memberships and to shop the sales galleries. We’re also working on expanding our e-commerce capabilities, so you’ll be able to shop the CTAC galleries from your own home soon.
We thank you for your understanding and continued support. Together, we will meet the challenges of the pandemic and keep creativity at the center.
Check out our growing lineup of CTAC online programming at https://www.crookedtree.org/online !
Megan DeWindt & Megan Kelto
CTAC Petoskey & Traverse City Site Directors