We hope you will be able to join us on campus for Arts Weekend 2022!
Our artists have begun stretching their canvases, our dancers are honing their technique, our actors are hard at work running their lines, and our musicians and singers are gathering for rehearsals. The Arts Center is full of energy and brimming with students working hard in preparation to showcase their talent. It is an inspiring and invigorating place to be—the only thing missing is... you!
Please do not come to campus if you are displaying symptoms of any respiratory or gastrointestinal virus (even if you test negative for COVID-19).
As the campus is currently in Orange Status, everyone (all visitors, students, faculty, and staff) are required to wear a mask when indoors and when in vehicles.
We ask that all guests on campus—regardless of age, vaccination status, or duration of visit—be tested for COVID-19 prior to first arrival to campus. We are offering limited on-campus arrival rapid tests, but we strongly encourage you to be tested prior to arrival. You can:
- Take an OTC or other rapid test on the day of your arrival; OR
- Take a PCR test taken within 72 hours of your arrival; OR
- Take a rapid test on site (provided by the school) and wait for the result.
If you will be attending multiple days of Arts Weekend, you only need to test prior to your initial arrival (you do not need to re-test for each day that you are on campus).
Students may of course travel off campus with parents during Arts Weekend, but due to the current COVID climate on campus, we are requiring all students to sleep on campus this weekend. Students may not stay overnight with parents off campus.
During Arts Weekend, we encourage you to dine outdoors whenever possible (both on campus and off).