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The Arsenal Gallery reopens!

Arsenal Municipal Gallery has resumed its operations and welcomes visitors.

Exhibition of posters by Boris Bućan at the Arsenal Municipal Gallery. Photograph by Jakub Krzyżanowski
Exhibition of posters by Boris Bućan at the Arsenal Municipal Gallery. Photograph by Jakub Krzyżanowski

As reported on the Gallery's Facebook page by its staff: "We have adopted a handful of rules to keep everyone safe. We will appreciate your compliance and understanding. Remember! Sharing a public space puts us all in the same boat. Protect yourself and others."

Visitors are required to comply with the following rules:

- The limit on the number of people who can stay in the Gallery building at any time is 35,

- Maintain a distance of 2 meters (6 ft) between one another,

- Wear nose and mouth coverings (face masks, scarves, face shields, etc.),

- On entering the building, use hand sanitiser from a station near the entrance.

"This arsenal of precautions will keep us all safe during visiting hours!", emphasise the hosts.

Two exhibitions: one of posters by Boris Bućan, and another called "Catering for the longest-staying gallery guests", await the visitors at the Arsenal. The Gallery follows the National Museum as Poznań's second cultural institution to have reopened on Wednesday 6 May after a forced shutdown of two months.

by A.S.

translation: Krzysztof Kotkowski

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