Visual Arts in the Valley 2020
3rd -5TH October 2020

 

What you need to know before visiting
 

Visual Arts in the Valley 2020 Exhibitions will be open at all venues at the following times:
 

  • Saturday 3rd October 9am to 5pm

  • Sunday 4th October 9am to 5 pm

  • Monday 5th October 9am to 2pm

Entry is free. Tickets are not required for general entry (subject to any changes from NSW Government health guidelines). This information will be updated, if necessary, prior to the opening of the exhibitions.

Visitors are required to provide their name and contact details on arrival to support contact tracing in line with NSW Health rules and our COVID-Safe Plan.  Please see details below.  

What’s open – all works are for sale
 

  • Kangaroo Valley Hall:  Kangaroo Valley Art Prize, Tony White Memorial Art Prize, Salón of Local Artists and main information desk  

  • The Hive, Moss Vale Road opposite the Kangaroo Valley Hall: Satellite Gallery: King Street Gallery on William @ The Hive

  • Pony Club Building, Kangaroo Valley Showground: Every Angel is Terrifying, installation exhibition by Terhi Hakola (NFS)

  • Prescott Gallery, 105 Glenmurray Road, Kangaroo Valley: Sue Prescott and the Out There Group exhibition of works

  • Silo Gallery, Upper Kangaroo River Road: A-F Fulgence and Associates exhibition of works
     

Ways to provide your contact details
 

We’ll need to have a name, phone number and home postcode for each person visiting the various exhibitions. When you arrive, use your smartphone camera to scan the QR code displayed at the entrance and follow the instructions. Show the confirmation screen to our volunteer staff as you enter. 
 

If you don’t have access to a smartphone, we will make a record of your contact details.

 

What else we’re asking you to do
 

  • Bring a credit or debit card for any on-site purchases (we won’t be accepting cash).

  • Bring a water bottle (there is no access to drinking water at any site).

  • If you wish to wear a mask, please bring one with you.  We will also have available Arts in the Valley free masks.  

  • Don’t visit in a large group.

  • Don’t visit if you’re unwell or if in the last 14 days you have experienced cold or flu symptoms, have returned from overseas or have been told to isolate or have had contact with someone from a COVID hotspot. We will be checking this information with you on your way in.

  • If you use a washroom, wash your hands with soap and hot water for at least 20 seconds.

  • Please don’t touch the artworks.

  • Visitors who don’t comply with these conditions will not be admitted or will be asked to leave to ensure the safety of all.
     

What we’re doing for you
 

Due to the Covid restrictions we will not be printing catalogues this year. However you will be able access information about the works and the artists using your smartphone and QR codes. A QR code will be situated beside each work. When you scan the code using your smartphone you will be taken directly to the work you are viewing.
 

  • To keep you safe, There are separate entry and exit doors, floor markings and signage to help visitors maintain safe distances.

  • There are limits on the number of visitors overall and each Exhibition space has its maximum capacity. That number  will be posted, based on the rule of 1 person per 4 square metres at the entry of each exhibition spce. Please follow instructions from volunteer staff.

  • We’re cleaning frequently and high-touch items are sanitised after each use.

  • We’re providing hand sanitisers at the entries and at various places throughout each building.

  • We will continue to be guided by the NSW Government’s health guidelines and will provide updates to this information.

     

We look forward to seeing you at Visual Arts in the Valley 2020.  Despite these torrid times, we welcome you to a long-weekend celebration of the visual arts in Australia’s most beautiful valley  

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PO Box 6114 Kangaroo Valley 2577

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Arts in the Valley acknowledges and pays
respect to the traditional owners of the land on which we meet and pay respect to the Elders of this community who have
continued to guide and share their cultural wisdom with our community.

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