CORAL SPRINGS, FL – The Coral Springs Museum of Art gallery is opening Oct. 10 with a new exhibit called “100 Faces of War.”
The museum announced Monday on social media that its gallery will have new hours, cleaning procedures, and safety guidelines when it opens.
For the new exhibit, the museum is offering visitors the chance to reserve time to visit the traveling exhibit by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in collaboration with artist Matt Mitchell.
“Safety is of the upmost importance to us and by booking a time to visit, we make sure all safety protocols are followed to make your visit as enjoyable as possible,” the museum said on Facebook.
The museum closed and all in-person programs were suspended at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March.
Since then, some programs continued virtually.
Read our coverage of how the Covid-19 shutdown impacted the museum.
To learn more about the opening of the gallery and book a time for the exhibit, click here.
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