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Event: Arts & Cultural Spaces Designed for COVID-19 Safety

HGA’s Joan Soranno and John Cook speak about how arts & cultural spaces are adapting to COVID-19.

Program: REWORK: Arts & Cultural Spaces Designed for COVID-19 Safety

Date: Tuesday, May 26

Time: 11:30 am CT

Virtual Panel: Chris Hudson (moderator, Architecture MN), Dan Hartman (Glensheen), Jamie Grant (Ordway Center for the Performing Arts), Joan Soranno (HGA), John Cook (HGA)

Arts and cultural spaces – the museums, theaters, concert halls, and historical spaces that are beloved by Minnesotans – will have to adapt to be safe and engaging for the public in the context of COVID 19. Join leading members of Minnesota’s architecture, museum, and theater communities as we discuss near- and long-term solutions to reduce the risk of reengaging in these spaces.

The REWORK: Arts & Culture Spaces Designed for COVID-19 Safety webinar is part of the Future of Design series from AIA Minnesota. In addition to this panel, healthcare experts from HGA will be speaking on the Healthcare Facilities Designed for COVID-19 Safety panel on May 29th.

For registration information, visit AIA Minnesota.

HGA has created a hub for our insights and reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic as architects, engineers, interior designers, and problem solvers. Follow the conversation here.