BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Museum of Artwork took a step towards reopening Saturday as they began welcoming again small teams of holiday makers.
For the primary time since November, the Baltimore Museum of Artwork had guests.
“It’s a really particular alternative,” Anne Brown, with the Baltimore Museum of Artwork, mentioned. “We wished to make it as protected as potential to take action.”
Whereas it’s not open to the general public, small teams of as much as eight folks might reserve a time slot to see a restricted number of exhibitions and galleries.
“Given the capability limits in varied areas of the constructing, eight was one of the best quantity,” Brown mentioned.
Every group may have 90 minutes to get pleasure from ” Excellent Energy: Motherhood and African Artwork” and “Stripes and Stars: Reclaiming Lakota Independence”. Each are set to shut in March.
“We’ve to ship them again to the place they got here from, and it’s only a great alternative for the folks to see them,” Brown mentioned.
Whereas on a regular basis slots are at the moment booked, you may nonetheless get on the waitlist. These non-public excursions are deliberate by way of March, at which level they’ll reevaluate.