Es Baluard Museum reopen its doors to the public on June 2

15th May 2020

Es Baluard Museum reopen its doors to the public on June 2

Es Baluard Museum of Contemporary Art of Palma reopens its doors to the public on June 2nd after the closing of March 14th, in accordance with the measures established for the prevention of Covid-19. During the confinement, the museum's own staff began to telework and a minimum service was maintained in relation to the security and cleanliness of the center until May 11, when the workers returned to the offices through a system of shifts to maintain security measures.

With the reopening of the museum, the temporary exhibitions «Ana Vieira. The home and the escape» and «Martha Rosler. How Do We Get There From Here?» wil be renewed until August 30, as well as «Marina Planas. War approaches to Tourism: all inclusive» until September 27. In addition, the exhibition «Collection. From the post-war period to the contemporary era» until November 1.

The Es Baluard Museum Reopening Plan establishes the following:

From June 2nd

  • Reopening of the museum to the public at usual schedule. Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 am. to 8:00 pm. and Sundays from 10:00 am. to 3:00 pm.
  • Health and safety measures. Protective methacrylate partitions have been installed in Box office and the museum Store, as well as disinfectant gel dispensers. The cleaning of all spaces and the maintenance of air conditioning for proper air circulation are also reinforced.
  • Information to visitors. The museum works to dispose, at the time of reopening, all the necessary information signs to follow the protocol, indicating the capacity allowed according to square meters, access control, security distance and preferred payment methods. Also, marks will be installed on the ground to maintain safety distances.
  • Measurements for the exhibition halls. Installation of specific informative posters on visiting regulations regarding the use of booklets and headphones, in the case of audiovisual works of art. On the other hand, the staff dedicated to the surveillance of the rooms is increased to avoid crowds or possible imbalances in the internal capacity.
  • Likewise, the museum will apply the changes and measures that the different authorities may indicate at any time.
As from June 16th
  • The aforementioned measures are maintained.
  • Entrance of large organized groups. Headphones will be used for groups, insisting on keeping the safety distance.
  • Public Program activities are resumed using a chess system, in which an empty seat will be left between each user to guarantee the safety distance.