Health & Safety Information

as of 21 February 2022

Ogontz Arts Foundation is committed to providing a healthy, safe environment for all Workshop participants, as well as for the staff of Ogontz Camp. While it is impossible to know what the future will hold with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic, most scientists and medical experts agree that vaccines are an important tool in minimizing the risk of serious illness and death. Therefore, all Workshop participants will be required to provide proof that they are “up to date” with vaccinations and boosters, as defined by the CDC in early summer.

We will make efforts to provide social distancing in rehearsals and at meals and hand sanitizing as appropriate at the time of the Workshop. Further decisions regarding other safety measures (e.g. testing, masks, temperature checks) will be made in accordance with suggested best practices as they evolve.

The Foundation will abide by any protocols and conditions set by Ogontz Camp and the State of New Hampshire.