OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — The Joslyn Art Museum will be reopening its doors to the community on Friday, August 7. Members will have early access on August 5 and August 6.
Permanent galleries will be on display along with the exhibition Fact and Fiction in Contemporary Photography, which will be free and open to everyone through October 18, 2020.
The museum will be doing timed and ticketed admission, though tickets will still be free. Masks will be mandatory for both staff and visitors. The museum is using enhanced cleaning protocols and a phased reopening of public areas to ensure physical distancing.
"Everyone’s health and safety is our top priority, and a modified museum experience is necessary," the museum said in a press release on Tuesday.
For details, guidelines, and restrictions, visit the website.