Dayton Art Institute closes in response to COVID-19 spike

Dayton Art Institute closes in response to COVID-19 spike

DAYTON — The Dayton Art Institute has closed until further notice in response to spikes in COVID-19 cases, according to an announcement made today.

“Out of an abundance of caution, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close the museum again,” said Dayton Art Institute Director & CEO Michael R. Roediger in a news release. “With the implementation of new state-wide restrictions this week and Montgomery County issuing a stay-at-home advisory, we felt it was a necessary step to take, in order to help safeguard the health of the community and our staff.”

Museum exhibitions and in-person events and programs are canceled or postponed.

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