Service NSW QR check in is available upon entry, though not mandatory. We encourage social distance and face masks within the venue. If you are feeling unwell, please stay home.
If you are a close contact of Covid-19, are awaiting a Covid-19 test result, are required to self-isolate or suspect or have confirmed Covid-19, please stay home.
How do I check in when visiting The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre?
We will continue to have Service NSW QR codes at the entrances to the venue. This is no longer mandatory for entry, though we encourage it when entering the venue.
Can I visit if I have not received a Covid-19 vaccination or have only one vaccination?
In accordance with the NSW Public Health Order, our premises are open to all people, regardless of vaccination status.
Do I need to wear a mask at The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre?
Face masks are no longer mandatory to be worn indoors, though encouraged when in our venue.
What hygiene measures do you have in place?
We are performing additional cleaning before opening, including frequent sanitisation of high use surfaces and materials. In addition, hand sanitisers and anti-bacterial wipes are provided at our entrances and activity areas.
Is there a restriction on visitor numbers?
In accordance with the NSW Public Health Order, density limits no longer apply.
When will workshops and performances start again at The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre?
I am not ready to visit public indoor venues, how can I stay connected with Blacktown Arts?
There are many ways that you can stay connected to Blacktown Arts.
Join our Facebook group and connect with our community of artists.
Watch our digital program
Check out some of the outdoor public art around the Blacktown LGA.
I have other questions, how can I contact Blacktown Arts?
Please email the Blacktown Arts team at email@example.com
Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for all the latest updates: @BlacktownArts
More information on COVID-19 is available from NSW Health health.nsw.gov.au.