TMA is Opening to the Public
Starting Saturday, June 6th, TMA will be opening its doors to the public!
We are prepared (and excited) to welcome guests again and you may want to know before you come:
- The museum has been completely sanitized and we have strengthened our cleaning procedures to make sure each guest is welcomed into a safe environment.
- To visit, you must schedule a reservation time. You can make a reservation for a group of up to ten people.
- Tours will be self-guided. Many of the artists provided audio to go along with their work that you can access via your smartphone.
- To keep all visitors and our staff safe from COVID–19, all visitors and staff will wear a mask, either their own, or one will be provided at the museum.
- Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the building.
- Regular membership prices apply, starting at $15 per person per year for unlimited visits and additional benefits. If you are already a member, you can come for free as many times as you would like.
- The museum store will be open. We ask purchases be by debit or credit card only.
Temporary TMA Hours:
Tuesday 10AM – 4PM
Thursday 10AM – 8PM
Saturday 10AM – 4PM
Membership is required to register.
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In-person Summer Camps
Beginning Monday, June 8, summer camps for students ages 5 and up will resume in our 5th-floor studios! (parent and toddler classes will remain online). Summer is more fun when you can safely make art with fellow campers.
Before you register, please note:
- All camps are capped at 9 students with 1 art educator. See what summer camps are available
- No more than 10 people will be in the studios during summer camps. To ensure all campers are a minimum of 6 feet apart, students may be spread throughout both studios.
- The CDC’s recommended handwashing technique will be taught and practiced throughout each week of camp.
- Students are required to wear a mask, and TMA will provide one if you don’t have your own.
- Daily check-in will be at the museum’s main entrance in Houdini Plaza. Look for the TMA staff wearing black TMA aprons. At check-in, TMA Staff will:
- greet you at your car! No need to exit, we’ll meet your children in Houdini Plaza.
- take each student’s temperature using a touchless thermometer.
- provide hand sanitizer and masks if needed.
- ask parents to confirm that the child or anyone else in the household has not had COVID-like symptoms (I.e. fever, shortness of breath, or cough).
- safely guide students to the 5th-floor studios. In an effort to minimize the number of people in the museum, parents will not be allowed to enter the building.
- Students who have symptoms of or potential exposure to COVID-19 will be withdrawn from the camp and receive a full refund.
- If a child or staff member who has been present in summer camps is diagnosed with COVID-19, TMA will notify all families and staff in the program about the exposure.