A Central Coast museum focused on the mix of art, and nature is set to reopen after being shut down for seven months by the pandemic.
The Wildling Museum of Art and Nature is preparing to welcome its first visitors in months. There will be COVID-19 safety steps in place, ranging from added cleaning, and mask requirements to social distancing.
The museum is opening to members by appointment on Wednesday, and to the general public for walk-ins November 7th. Visitors are being advised to check ahead for the museum’s modified hours.
The Wildling Museum is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a new exhibition featuring paintings, photos, and sculptures from shows throughout its two decade history. It’s called 20/20: A Retrospective.
An exhibition in place before the pandemic, called Starry Nights: Visions Of The Night Sky, has also been extended past its original closing date until January 31st.