After months of hiatus due to COVID-19, Royellou Alley in Mount Dora’s historic downtown will once again showcase local artists on August 14. There will also be an artists’ reception at Mount Dora Center for the Arts’ (MDCA) gallery for the departing “Womanmade” exhibit.
Although the events have returned, they are resuming with COVID-19 safety measures. Now the free monthly event organized by MDCA will spread the artists’ booths further apart, the artists will have hand sanitizer at their booths, and everyone is asked to wear face masks.
Guests inside the gallery will be limited to 15 at a time and they will be required to wear masks. Once inside, guests will be permitted to stay for a determined amount of time to allow more guests to view the exhibit. A hand sanitizer station will also be set up in the gallery and the refreshment area has changed to individually wrapped items served in the patio courtyard area behind MDCA.
Art in the Alley is from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the second Friday of the month. It’s free to attend and the cost for artists and musicians to participate is $10. Interested artists should contact MDCA for more information,
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