clyfford still | museum
Man wearing a blue shirt and a white hat looks up at an abstract painting of farmers
Man wearing a blue short sleeve shirt and a white hat looks up at a large blue abstract painting
Photo by James Dewhirst

Indoor Event Policy

For Indoor In-Person Programs and Events

For the health and wellbeing of the community, we are requiring that all guests ages 12 years and older provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 along with proof of their identity. Any guest who is not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 may provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result from a test administered by a professional testing center or provider (results of self-administered tests are not acceptable) within the 72 hours prior to the date of the event. Please bring copies of these required items to check-in at the event. All guests will also be required to wear a face covering when inside the Museum or other indoor space.

Full vaccination means at least two weeks have passed since the administration of the complete dose of the vaccine, namely, one dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccination or two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccination.

Proof of identity may be demonstrated by a driver’s license, government-issued ID card, passport or permanent resident card. For persons who do not have any of these forms of ID, proof of identity may be demonstrated by a current student ID card including a photograph, a valid state-issued identification card including a photograph, a military identification card, a voter registration card, and Native American Tribal identification documents. For minors who do not have a proof of identity, the confirmation of their identity by their caregiver will be acceptable.

Proof of vaccination includes any of the following: (i) a World Health Organization or CDC issued COVID-19 vaccination record listing the vaccine received (including product name /manufacturer lot number), date administered, and healthcare professional or clinic site where administered (“Vaccine Card”); or (ii) a high-resolution picture or photocopy of the front and back side of the Vaccine Card that may be a paper copy or stored on a smart device; or (iii) presentation of a Vaccine Card from the accepted mobile device apps MyColorado or Clear.