A message to our patrons regarding COVID-19

Trust Arts Education presents Camps for Creatives

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Budding artists can learn something new or explore their favorite art forms during Trust Arts Education Camps for Creatives.

About Camps for Creatives:

  • Each 5-day camp meets at the Trust Arts Education Center from 9:00am - 4:30pm.
  • We ensure a seamless and quick drop off and pick up process for all summer camps. Students are safe and ready to go when you arrive.
  • Students should plan to pack a lunch, water, and snacks. Lunch will be held from 12:00 – 1:00pm each day.

Health and Safety

All of us at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust are excited to welcome you back to the Trust Arts Education Center! As we prepare for the return to in-person activities, the health and safety of our audiences, artists, staff, and volunteers is paramount. We are following all required health and safety protocols set by local and state health officials.

These protocols will be strictly enforced.

In return, we ask all guests to pledge to follow the measures in place and do their part in maintaining the highest levels of health and safety. Thank you for playing your part to keep yourself and others safe. We will be in touch closer to Summer Camp dates with everything you need to know before attending, but would like to share a few important updates to our health and safety practices before you sign on to participate:

For 2021 Summer Camps at the Trust Arts Education Center, we require:

PHYSICAL DISTANCING:

  • Staff and students will practice physical distancing by maintaining at least six feet of space whenever possible.
  • Physical distancing markers will be placed on floors as a reminder and staff will continually carefully monitor interactions throughout camp.
  • No more than 12 students and two staff members will be in the space at a time.

HEALTH ENTRY PROTOCOLS:

  • Staff and students are required to wear facial masks over their mouth and nose when at the Trust Arts Education Center, including queues outside the venue, lobbies, hallways, and restrooms.
  • Please note: Facial masks should be designed specifically for medical and/or protective use. Costume-type masks that cover more than the nose and mouth are not allowed.

New policies, including the Trust’s pledge to health and safety will be made available at TrustArts.org/Health. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at education@trustarts.org.

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