FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What do I need to know about your COVID-19 policies?


Before attending the event, complete a COVID-19 self-screening. If you do not pass the self-screening, please STAY AT HOME.

The following are strongly recommended for attendees of this event to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission:
  • take an at-home antigen test before arriving on site. Antigen tests are currently available for free from many pharmacy and grocery store locations (find out more here).
  • take two doses of approved COVID-19 vaccinations received at least two weeks prior to the event
  • wear a KN95 face mask over the mouth and nose at all times while at the event (we will have a limited number of free masks available for audience members)
  • wash your hands or use the provided hand sanitizer often

COVID-19 policy is subject to change based on government and venue regulations and guidelines.

How do I access the event?
Entrances are accessible by ramp, and indoor spaces are accessible by automated doors and elevator to all floors. Wheelchair accessible, gender neutral washrooms are available throughout the building.

Visit the Arts Court and Ottawa Art Gallery werbsites for more information on how to access the buildings.


Is the event all ages?
Yes! Identification will be checked at the entrance for those who wish to purchase alcoholic beverages.