Arts & Culture COVID-19 Resources
Below you’ll find up-to-date resources on operating arts and culture organizations on city, state and federal government guidelines:
Philadelphia-Specific Guidelines and Resources:
- Philadelphia’s COVID-19 guideline documents, including for libraries, museums, events, drive-in theaters, businesses and more
Current Office Guidance -- Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH) recommends that office workers continue to work at home when possible. If office workers will be in the office, follow the guidelines on this page.
- Updated guidelines on events, reflecting state changes to event capacity
- PHLConnectED: Connecting K-12 students to the internet
- COVID-19 Testing Sites Map
- The Office of Special Events and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation began accepting event permit applications again on March 16, 2021
- City to Relax Some Safer-at-Home Restrictions Starting May 7: In response to the number of new COVID-19 cases beginning to fall in Philadelphian and the region, the Health Department announced a series of changes to the City’s Safer-at-Home restrictions.Beginning Friday, May 7, 2021, the following changes will go into effect, bringing Philadelphia into closer alignment with Pennsylvania (read more in this press release):
- For indoor catered events:
- For the first time in more than a year, the City will allow indoor catered social events up to 25% occupancy of space with a cap of 75 persons total.
- If case rates continue to fall, the City may increase that cap to 150 beginning May 21.
- Other gatherings and events:
- Indoor gatherings and events will be able to increase their maximum capacity to 25% of normal capacity and outdoor gatherings and events will be able to increase maximum capacity to 50%.
Montgomery County-Specific Guidelines and Resources:
Pennsylvania-Specific Guidelines and Resources:
Other Guidelines and Resources:
This page was last updated on 4/28/2021.