ArtsQuest angling for more in-person programming this spring and summer

Written by on March 24, 2021

ArtsQuest angling for more in-person programming this spring and summer

By Emily Thampoe / Lehigh University

March 24, 2021

Photo by Caleb Oquendo from Pexels

ArtsQuest, while mostly hosting programs through the ArtsQuest@Home initiative, has been able to have some in-person programming. 

Ray Neeb, senior vice president of operations, says that ArtsQuest hopes to have more in-person events and has been looking at past operations for inspiration.

“We’re going to look at some of the other events that we’ve done and how we can reconfigure them like we did last year with MusikFest, OktoberFest and Christkindlmarkt, which we call our big three events,” Neeb says.

In addition to performances and food events, the organization has also been thinking of ways to host its art and comedy classes in-person. 

ArtsQuest has thought about offering mostly outdoor summer camps, Neeb says. 

The organization also hopes to have some indoor offerings at a limited capacity with COVID-19 protocols. 

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