COVID-19 Update

After reviewing the UK’s current situation Mansions of the Future will continue the suspension of our Takeover Programme and upcoming talks, workshops and events in the project’s Public Programme until at least 30 June. We feel this is the only appropriate course of action in line with government guidelines, the wellbeing of our staff, artist, volunteers and everybody who makes use of the building.
With over 70 community groups regularly using the space, the team are working hard to communicate this decision and support those concerned, please bear with us and thank you in advance for your patience. The situation will be reviewed again in June with an update being sent out that month. 
In acknowledgment of the impact, the global situation has on the sector and in particular precariously positioned freelancers, we will be continuing to support all artists who have been written into our Spring / Summer programme; honouring agreed fees wherever possible and rescheduling If / when possible.
We acknowledge the impact that this decision will have on many of you who host regular groups. The team will be working hard to support those affected. We remain calm and pragmatic and encourage you all to do so, but feel this decision is a necessary and responsible precautionary measure.
In these uncertain times our thoughts are with the most vulnerable in our community. We would like to encourage the Mansions of the Future community to come together and consider donating to the Lincoln Community Larder or Lincoln Foodbank who are both helping people in crisis at this difficult time. Perhaps it’s the money you would have spent on coffees if you were in the office this week, or a few pounds saved from not travelling into work. Every little really does make a difference.
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