City Announces COVID-19 Regulations for City Gallery

Press Release

Due to the ongoing situation related to COVID-19 in South Carolina, City Gallery will re-open with adjusted hours and new safety precautions on Thursday, August 6th.

Exhibition viewing will be offered Thursdays through Saturdays from 11 am until 4 pm.

Guests will be required to reserve free tickets for admission prior to their visit. Tickets can be reserved by calling the City Gallery at 843-958-6484 during normal business hours or by visiting the City Gallery website: http://citygalleryatwaterfrontpark.com/about-us/

All guests and staff members will be required to wear face coverings, and staff will monitor circulation through exhibition areas to ensure safe social distancing and adherence to all other CDC protocols related to COVID-19.

Sanitizer stations will be available to patrons throughout the gallery, and enhanced cleaning protocols will be implemented by staff hourly in all City Gallery spaces each day.

The following protocols will apply to all City Gallery visitors:

  • In order to allow for safe social distancing, City Gallery is limiting both the number of tickets offered each hour and the number of guests that may enter at the same time.
  • Online reservations are limited to groups of 6 or less. When entering, no more than 3 guests may check in at one time.
  • Visitors without a reservation may request the next available entry time at the door.
  • Once inside the gallery, visitors may take as much time as they desire to browse the exhibit, provided all protocols are followed.

Together at a Distance, the current exhibition hosted by City Gallery and on view through August 29, presents new works by 31 local professional artists. These artists, all of whom have previously exhibited in group settings in Charleston, have assembled a body of 88 works in a variety of media and styles, with the exhibition highlighting the work of each individual artist in dialogue with that of their peers.

Exhibiting artists include: Sabine Avcalade, Tommy Beaver, Elaine Berlin, Sherry Browne, Christine Crosby, Tom Curtis, Diane Dean, Alvin Glen, Bob Graham, Stephanie Shuler Hamlet, Scott Henderson, Katherine Hester, Peggy Howe, Kellie Jacobs, Carla Johannesmeyer, Daryl Knox, Jennifer Koach, Madison Latimer, Gerardo Leccese, Alicia Leeke, Thomas Michael Meddaugh, John Michiels, Dianne Munkittrick, Tate Nation, Michael Nocher, Chris Rutigliano, Amelia Whaley, Colleen Wiessman, Keith Wilkie, Lisa Willits, and Cat Wondergem.

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