Bardo Arts Center Reopening Announcement and Visiting Guidelines
Summer at Bardo Arts Center
The WCU Fine Art Museum is now free and open to the public Tuesday through Friday 10AM-4PM and Thursday until 7PM.
The BAC Box Office will reopen with ticket sales on Friday, October 1.
Visiting Requirements and Guidelines
The Governor’s Executive Orders are the bare minimum expectations and WCU’s Community Standards go above and beyond the Governor’s Orders to keep you and others safe. Face coverings are required in order to enter the building and your face covering must remain on for duration of your visit.
The COVID-19 pandemic represents an ever-shifting situation, and the university will be responsive to the latest guidance and information issued by the NC Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Face Coverings are Required
Hand Washing and Sanitization
Wash your hands with soap often and use hand sanitizer - this simple activity is the single best preventative measure you can take. In addition, Bardo Arts Center provides hand sanitizing stations throughout our building.
Enhanced Cleaning and Disinfecting
Bardo Arts Center has increased the level of cleaning and disinfecting happening in our spaces on a daily basis. Additionally, Bardo Arts Center has reducedhigh touch areas, Bardo Arts Center has currently limited the number of pick-up materials available in our spaces and the WCU Fine Art Museum Gift Shop is closed until further notice.
Feeling Sick? Stay Home
Please do not visit Bardo Arts Center or other spaces at WCU if you are experiencing any symptoms. Before visiting campus, check for symptoms on a daily basis using the CDC’s Coronavirus Self-Checker. Call your health care provider to seek further medical guidance.
Practice Self-Care and Show Respect and Caring to All
More INFORMATION ON WCU CATAMOUNT CARE'S COMMUNITY STANDARDS
Stay Connected with the Arts
Please note that the situation is fluid and we will continuously provide updates as they become available through our e-communications, website, and social media.
Visit arts.wcu.edu/explore to find on-demand and upcoming opportunities. A selection of in-person and virtual experiences are available.
Follow Bardo Arts Center on Instagram and Facebook! Enjoy arts content from across a wide range of arts disciplines and mediums, along with updates about upcoming experiences.
Check out the main Belcher College social media channels, to see work from current students, alumni, faculty, and staff.