Major Programming Changes Regarding COVID-19

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 will be canceled or postponed until further notice.

Please take note of the following:

“A Garden of Quilts” quilt show scheduled for March 14 & 15 is now CANCELED.

Our 2020 season-opening (returning to our regular six-day schedule) will be postponed until further notice. The Museum Stores will be closed until we officially reopen. Click here for visitor information.

The Family Art Workshop and the Stages Festival performance of “The Velveteen Rabbit,” scheduled for Saturday, March 21, are now canceled. We will be contacting those who have already signed up to attend.

Evenings with Amy on 3/14 and 3/28 will be rescheduled for a future date. We will be contacting those who have already signed up for the workshop.

The Wheaton Springs 50 season-opening event scheduled for April 4, 2020, is now canceled.

ECO Fair scheduled for May 2, 2020, is now postponed. New date to be announced at a later time.

Paperweight Fest 2020 scheduled for May 14-16, 2020, is now canceled. To all our registrants of Paperweight Fest, please consider converting your registration into a tax-deductible donation. 2020 marks our 50th anniversary as a treasured cultural haven. The past fifty years have had their share of challenges, but nothing on this scale. If we work together, WheatonArts can continue to be a source of creativity and exploration for artists and audiences for the next 50 years. Thank you for your commitment to our future. Please let us know if you would like your registration fees returned. The return will be processed when the staff returns to the office.

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.