UPDATE May 25, 2023: This program ends June 1 per new guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization
The Missouri Arts Council is bringing our COVID-19 Missouri ArtSafe program to a close. We developed the ArtSafe certification together with the Missouri Arts Safety Alliance, a coalition of organizations statewide, to help our community create safely, present safely, and attend safely. We’re ending the program June 1 following the declarations by the World Health Organization (May 5) and the Centers for Disease Control (May 11) that COVID-19 is no longer considered a global public health emergency. Our thanks to the more than 200 organizations that certified as ArtSafe! The program’s informational webinars on safety plans, public events, public relations, and staff wellness remain available on this page.
With the support of ArtsKC and the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, the Missouri Arts Council ran a series of free webinars related to Missouri ArtSafe. The webinars feature Missouri experts in the arts, the law, human resources, and communications. Each webinar was recorded and can be viewed by following the links below.
Missouri Arts Safety Alliance
American Jazz Museum, Arts and Education Council, ArtsKC, City of St. Louis–Special Events, COCA, Crafts Alliance Center of Art + Design, I.A.T.S.E., Local 6, Jazz St. Louis, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kranzberg Arts Foundation, The Luminary, Missouri Arts Council, The Muny, National Blues Museum, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Pulitzer Arts Foundation, Regional Arts Commission, Repertory Theatre St. Louis, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Starlight Theatre, Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts