Major Programming Changes Regarding COVID-19

Flamework looking like the covid-19 virus when over the torch.

WheatonArts is committed to practicing the proper precautions and protocol to help keep our community, staff, and artists safe and protected from COVID-19.

As of Saturday, March 14, 2020, all public programming at WheatonArts is canceled or postponed until further notice.

All of us at WheatonArts send our warmest wishes to you and your families. As we continue to monitor State and Federal guidelines to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, we are currently assessing a phased and modified reopening plan. While New Jersey Museums now have permission to open, WheatonArts will take more time to ensure the safety of our audiences, artists, and staff.

We thank you all for your patience and hope to have more news for you soon. In the meantime, we would appreciate it if you would fill out a short survey. Your response will help inform our reopening timing and procedures. Thank you.

Please take note of the following:

Our 2020 season-opening (returning to our regular six-day schedule) is postponed until further notice. The Museum Stores are closed until we officially reopen. Online shopping is still available.
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ECO Fair scheduled for May 2, 2020, is now postponed. New date to be announced at a later time.

It is with everyone’s collective safety in mind that we announce the postponement of our 50th Anniversary event: Re [Vision] 20/20, originally scheduled for Saturday, June 20th. We will post once a rescheduled date becomes a reality. If you have already supported the event as a patron or ticket holder, we ask that you consider donating the value as a tax-deductible contribution to WheatonArts.

The Antique & Summer Market scheduled on July 25 & 26, 2020 is now canceled

The annual Fire Muster event in August is canceled for 2020. 

WheatonArts will continue to monitor the progression of COVID-19 and will make adjustments to this plan as needed. We wish all of you good health!

To learn more about COVID-19 and how to help prevent its spread, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the World Health Organization websites.