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Dear BGC Friends,

In preparation for the September 8 reopening of our buildings on 86th Street, please read BGC’s complete reopening plan. We also remind you to submit the BGC Health Pledge if you haven’t already.

If you weren’t able to get tested for Covid at BGC, you are required to get a test at a facility/medical provider of your choice (at your expense) before you return to 86th Street.

Your co-editors,

Nadia Rivers & Maggie Walter

We had a series of Ask BGC questions for this issue that required thinking from many different people. A group that included Samantha Baron, Amy Estes, Tim Ettenheim, and Peter Miller met to discuss answers to these questions. Find the Q&A here.

Want to ask a question for an upcoming Town Hall, or to be answered privately? Visit the Ask BGC form. All submissions are 100% anonymous unless name and email are provided.

What Should a Museum Look Like in 2020?
Read thoughts on the future of museums from artists, curators, and arts administrators, in What Should a Museum Look like in 2020? by Kimberly Drew.

In Solidarity
Take a look, and contribute to BGC’s Collaborative Resource List to get involved, learn, and take action in the fight for social justice.

Community Events
Friday, September 4, 5 pm

Yoga with Danielle Weindling

BGC MA graduate, Danielle Weindling, will be hosting a Mixed Level 45min Flow Yoga Class. Please sign up here, and Zoom instructions will follow. Email with any questions.

Submit your community events in the BGC Submission Form below!

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