Statement on the COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus from The Carnegie


As the impact of COVID-19 novel coronavirus increases we want you to know that The Carnegie has put additional measures in place to ensure the health and safety of our guests, artists, volunteers and staff.

The Carnegie has implemented strategies recommended by public health authorities and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) for our organization.  We have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting in all public spaces including chairs, tables, door handles, elevator buttons, and other high-density areas.  Alcohol-based sanitizer dispensers for public use are available in the lobby, gallery, theatre, and education center.  All paper programs will strictly be single-use and properly disposed of following each use.

We recommend you continue to take standard precautions, including frequent hand washing, to avoid the spread of any illness.  In accordance with health guidelines and recommendations, we are encouraging any staff, volunteers or guests who feel ill to remain at home for the health and safety of others.

The Carnegie is proud to serve the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati region.  As COVID-19 novel coronavirus has not yet gained a foothold in our community, The Carnegie is proactively monitoring the changing conditions and making decisions based on current recommendations.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us at (859) 491-2030 with any questions or concerns.

We are grateful for your ongoing support. The Carnegie has an exciting month ahead with our gallery opening of Jessie Dunahoo and OPEN SOURCE 2.1 on Friday, March 13 from 5-8pm and END OF THE RAINBOW playing weekends March 21 – April 5.

We look forward to seeing you at The Carnegie soon.

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