The arts community has taken a real hit this week. We’ve seen conventions and business meetings cancel, Broadway shows close, theme parks shut down. Luminary Arts has had all of our in-school and after-school programs postponed or cancelled also. The community that we service has been greatly affected. We also have taken on a big responsibility by opening our studio. Our new San Marcos Studio had a great opening event and we started classes February 22nd. Not even a month ago. Who would have expected the turn of events this week?
In these chaotic times we still wish to support artists and the families that appreciate the arts.
We Promise to:
Have small classes
Have a clean environment
Practice social distancing
Add normalcy to chaotic times
With that in mind, Luminary Arts would like to offer daytime performing arts classes from 9:00-12:00 noon. Monday through Friday in one hour time slots. You can purchase more than one hour at a time, but you need to register your child for that hour at least 24 hours in advance so that we can plan accordingly. If we do not have a minimum of 6 students the class will be cancelled. We are setting a maximum of 18 students with 3 instruction spaces to keep class sizes small and to practice social distancing. If your child is exhibiting any signs of sickness, they will not be allowed to participate in the classes. We will ask for your flexibility to build classes around appropriate age ranges. When you register for these classes please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us your child’s age. We are providing this enrichment in times of local school closures to provide safe opportunities for children to be engaged. If you are interested in a week long camp next week, please reach out to us today. For families that are only interested in private/semi-private or virtual instruction, please contact us for more details. We want to be a support to our families during the school closure, so reach out to us and let us know your needs going forward. This is all new territory for us all and we appreciate your flexibility. We teach collaboration, communication, and problem solving and that is how our community will get through these crazy times.
We promise to take these steps to protect ourselves and our community:
Increased sanitary practices between classes
Adjusting our lesson plans to provide for more social distancing
We follow CDC recommendations