LOUISVILLE, Ky. After being closed for nearly four months, the Speed Art Museum reopened to the public Sunday by debuting the exhibit “Andy Warhol: Revelation.”
The exhibit is a rare look at not only Warhol’s famous pieces but also his history and upbringing.
All museum guests will be required to wear a mask and agree to a code of conduct that states they will abide by the museum’s safety measures and that they are not sick or have displayed symptoms of/tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
All frontline health care workers will receive free admission through June 30, 2021, “People who work in hospitals, ambulances, and nursing homes are putting their own lives at risk to care for others and for our community, and we want to thank and welcome them to the Speed,” Reily said.
For ticket information, visit the Speed Art Museum’s official website.