Here at Crack Pot, we’ve been working very hard over the past few weeks to create a safe painting and summer camp environment for everyone. We are happy to announce that we will be reopening for in-studio painting on Friday July 10th!
We have implemented new social distancing measures to help keep everyone safe. Our studio has been reorganized to allow for more than six feet between painting tables and we’ve repurposed our huge party room to accommodate painters. Each self-contained painting space can accommodate up to 9 people at a time. Floor markings have been added to create easy and safe traffic flow and remind everyone to maintain social distancing. We’ve also installed four hand sanitizing stations through-out the studio.
When you’re in the studio, our friendly staff will be wearing face masks or shields. We have installed acrylic sneeze guards at the front counter as well as the paint/tool distribution area. All brushes and tools will be sanitized after use as per public health guidelines.
We are recommending that you reserve your painting experience online in advance. You may reserve a painting table for 90 minutes. Time slots are set-up with 30 minute intervals between reservations to allow staff adequate time to clean, sanitize and prepare for the next group. When booking online you will be required to sign a safety waiver and pay a deposit for each guest.
Of course drop-ins are welcome and we will do our best to accommodate you. Following public health guidelines, we will be keeping a record of when you arrive and leave the studio. This will allow for contact tracing if required.
Before entering the studio, please review these rules to make sure it’s safe for you to come in.
In addition to in-studio painting and weekly summer camp, we are also still offering Paint-At-Home Pottery kits. You can order online for pickup or delivery!
We are also pleased to offer contactless payment. Finally, if you have any questions concerning our measures please call or email the studio.
We are looking forward to seeing you back in the studio!
– Wilma and the Crack Pot Studio team.