Visitation Safety Protocols 

In compliance with the NEW Mask Mandate issued by Governor Kathy Hochul, the Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center requires the adherence of the following Visitation Safety Protocols until February 1, 2022 :

  • ALL VISITORS and TENANTS MUST WEAR FACIAL PROTECTION (masks or cloth covering) inside Public Areas of the 9 and 12 Vassar Street buildings of the Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center and practice social distancing for the safety and protection of the community against the spread of COVID-19 and variant strains of the diseaseOur Public Areas are art galleries, halls, restrooms, elevator, kitchen, the Grand Parlor, the VBI Theatre, the Conference Room, and stairwells. 

  • ALL VISITORS ATTENDING INDOOR ACTIVITIES that include PERFORMANCES in the VBI THEATRE,  ART OPENING RECEPTIONS in our GALLERIES,  MEETINGS in the CONFERENCE ROOM, and SPECIAL EVENTS/FUNCTIONS in the GRAND PARLOR MUST BE FULLY VACCINATED, WEAR MASKS  and SHOW PROOF OF VACCINATION STATUS.  
  • PARTICIPANTS ATTENDING CLASSES in the DANCE STUDIO are advised  to CONTACT THE INSTRUCTOR for CLASSROOM SAFETY PROTOCOLS
  • APPOINTMENTS SCHEDULED IN ADVANCED ARE ENCOURAGED. 

To read the NEW Mask Mandate Announcement and the definition of FULLY VACCINATED (Adults and Children) click here

Art Galleries: Hours of operation

The Hallway Art Gallery located at our 9 Vassar Street building will be open  Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.  The Visual Arts Galleries located at our 12 Vassar Street building will be open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm and can be accessed by calling the CHAC Office at (845) 486-4571, as well as during events at the VBI Theatre.  Visit our Calendar  page on our website for the current listing of 2022 events.  You can also find us on Facebook for updated information.  If you are interested in displaying artwork in our galleries please email us at CHACexhibits@gmail.com

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Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center

The Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. It exists to meet the cultural needs of the community by providing venues for both professional and amateur artists to showcase their talent in music, dance, fine and visual arts, and to preserve the two historically significant structures.

Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center is an ArtHop participant.

Please click here for the Adopt A Chair Campaign.