Commitment to Georgia Tech Arts Patrons

Our Commitment to Georgia Tech Arts Patrons 

As Georgia Tech Arts moves forward with plans for the 2020-2021 academic year, we want you to know that we take our responsibility as hosts seriously. We are committed to being flexible, empathetic, careful, and responsive. Ultimately, we will follow the guidance of the Institute, the University System of Georgia, the city of Atlanta, the state of Georgia, and public health experts to determine when and how it is safe and appropriate to resume public gatherings.  

We have instituted the following policies to protect our patrons, staff, and artists and ensure the value of your purchase

 

  • All ticket purchases will be made online or over the phone to limit in-person contact. 
  • If an event is rescheduled or cancelled, we will provide you with the choice of a ticket exchange equal to the value of your purchase or a refund. 
  • If you or your guest become ill or are unable to safely attend an event, rest assured that we will similarly offer you the choice of a ticket exchange equal to the value of your purchase or a refund.

We will be implementing a comprehensive plan for public safety throughout your time with us, from the moment you enter the Skyline Stage or the Ferst Center for the Arts to taking your seat and sharing communal spaces such as lobbies and restrooms. Our staff has been working to develop and refine these plans, consulting with experts and colleagues around Georgia and the country. We will continue share these plans with you here as the documentation is finalized.  

  • Georgia Tech has stated that all campus visitors and attendees at campus events will be expected to follow Georgia Tech’s health and safety guidelines. Visit health.gatech.edu/coronavirus/campus-guidelines for full details.
  • We ask all members of the Georgia Tech community to administer the Covid-19 Daily Self-Screening Questions before coming to campus available at health.gatech.edu/coronavirus/campus-guidelines.
  • Face coverings worn snugly over the nose and mouth are important in preventing transmission of Covid-19. Members of the Georgia Tech community and visitors are asked to wear a face covering while on campus both indoors and outdoors at the Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series.
  • Other precautions will include installation of signage to encourage best practices regarding personal hygiene, 6-foot physical distancing, and the movement of people through campus spaces.
  • While Georgia Tech Arts is proceeding with planning for spring events to begin as scheduled, we will follow the lead of the Institute, the University System of Georgia, the city of Atlanta, the State of Georgia, and public health experts to determine when it is safe and appropriate to resume public gatherings.

 

We promise to be your trusted partner as we navigate the coming months together. 

We welcome your feedback and questions. Please write anytime to info@arts.gatech.edu

If you will be joining us for an event at the Skyline Series and have questions, please visit our FAQ page at arts.gatech.edu/skyline-series-faq.