Willow Court is the oldest, continually run asylum in Australia, and now serves as an arts hub managed by Derwent Valley Arts and the Salamanca Arts Centre.
Ten Days on the Island is closely following and implementing all restrictions and recommendations advised by National and State Governments regarding event operations. You can find the relevant government information here.
Contact tracing: Contact information for patrons attending this venue will be collected by way of ‘Check-In Tasmania’ QR code at the venue entrance. This information will be held for 28 days, in accordance with Government requirements, and used for contact tracing if necessary. If patrons are unable to access a Smart Phone to scan QR codes, a physical sign-in sheet will be available for use.
Cloaking facilities will be available for the ‘Good Silence’ experiential display at Willow Court only. Cloaking facilities for this one display will be secure, with strict hygiene and sanitation controls in place. There will be no cloaking at any other events at Willow Court.
For more information on COVID-19 safety measures in place at Ten Days on the Island, follow this link.