The King Arts Complex Coronavirus Updates
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*March 24, 2020
The King Arts Complex is temporarily closed to the public due to COVID-19
The well-being of our community is a primary concern of the King Arts Complex Staff and Board. Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, our working hours have been altered and responses will be delayed.
The King Arts Complex takes the threat of COVID-19 very serious. Effective March 26, we are temporarily closing to the public under Governor Mike DeWine’s Stay at Home Order. Our staff will work remotely to continue our efforts to connect Community to the Arts.
Here are some other ways to connect with us during this time:
- Visit kingartscomplex.com to view updated information and future virtual programs
- Send us a questions about our organization or programs
- Visit our social media pages for archival photos and videos from The King Arts Complex
The King Arts Complex is closely monitoring local, state and federal government recommendations to determine when we will resume normal operations. Until then, we look forward to continuing to entertain and educate you via one of these alternate channels.
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*March 11, 2020
The health and safety of visitors are a primary concern of the King Arts Complex Staff and Board. Due to the uncertainties over Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact, the King Arts Complex has postponed all events in March 2020 until further notice. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced an order that bans mass gatherings of more than 10 people in a single room.
We will continue to provide updates about our hours of operation and future scheduled events as the situation evolves. The King Arts Complex understands the enormous challenges that face our community and world stemming from the Coronavirus pandemic and we take it very seriously.
We ask that you and your loved ones take the necessary precautions to limit the spread of the virus.
For more information and to track progress of coronavirus, please visit: ·
- Columbus Public Health
- Ohio Department of Public Health
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