We are pleased to announce that the Arts Club is open following the guidelines set forth by the authorities. The Arts Club of Washington has established the following new operating protocols to ensure the safety of our members, employees, and guests.  The following information is designed to help, anyone visiting, understand the minimum expectations, and provide information on what is available during the reopening periods of Stage 1 through 3 set by the District of Columbia.


The galleries are open with restrictions; up to 10 people on each floor.

The clubhouse is open with a maximum of 50 people allowed in the building at the same time.

Enhanced cleaning and sanitation is in effect

Anybody  who plans to visit cannot have any of the flu or Covid-19 symptoms before coming to the Arts Club.

Sanitation stations with disposable surgical masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer are located at the front door and on every floor.

Everyone must wear a mask or face-covering in the clubhouse. The only exceptions are when working alone in a room/office and while dining.

Employees, members, and all visitors must sign in and out to help with contact tracing. A logbook will be available at the front desk.

Everyone is encouraged to maintain safe social distancing.

Patio and indoor dining will be available with safe distancing .

Small events of up to 45 are possible with restrictions that conform to the guidelines set forth by the District of Columbia. Buffets and bars are not allowed. Dining is limited to table of 6 or less.


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