Art galleries, museums and theatres are gradually re-opening but things will look very different.
Watch the BBC's David Sillito and consultant James Adebayo explain what 'open' will look like below:
You can read the full article here which goes into more detail about how galleries and museums will become:
- Ticket only - no longer allowing people to just wander in.
- Limited numbers - the number of people is going to be strictly limited to allow social distancing
- Viewing points - there will be controls over how and where you can stop and linger.
- One-way - many museums and galleries will direct where and how you walk around.
- Time controls - Tickets will be for set arrival times, and there might be limits to how long you will be allowed to linger.
So we're asking: what will be the impact of this new kind of "open"?
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What do you think will be the impact on art, artists, audiences and institutions?