The KABK follows the advice of the RIVM and the Dutch government. For the Graduation Show we follow the Protocol voor veilige en verantwoorde heropening van musea (d.d.1/7/2020) of the Nederlandse Museumvereniging.
These are the most important house rules:
To visit the (preview of the Graduation Show, you need to book a ticket
You can use the QR code on your smartphone as a ticket
Due to COVID-19 safety regulations, all visitors of the KABK must be registered. Therefor we kindly ask you to buy your own ticket and there is a maximum of 2 tickets per person. This way, we can keep track of the actual visitors in the building at each timeslot. By accepting the conditions while buying your ticket, you agree that KABK can share your personal data with the GGD in case of a corona contamination.
If a ticket is booked for you and you are not yet registered, you will be asked to register upon entering the building.
Please arrive within the booked time slot. You will have 30 minutes from the start of your time slot to enter the Graduation Show.
Come alone or with a maximum of 2 persons of your household. A household is defined as: a married couple, a registered partner or other life partner and parents, grandparents, and children if they are registered with the municipality as living at the same address. To comply with the 1.5-meter social distancing rule, we are not offering tours at this Graduation Show.
Do not visit the Graduation Show if you have cold symptoms (a blocked or runny nose, sore throat, slight cough, a fever or raised temperature and/or shortness of breath. We will ask if you are in good health when entering the KABK.
At the entrance and at several points throughout the building we offer hand sanitizer. We request kindly all visitors to clean their hands using the sanitizer available when they arrive and during the visit.
The academy is cleaned frequently and thoroughly in line with the RIVM guidelines. The toilets and objects that visitors come into frequent contact with such as handrails are regularly sanitized.
The KABK building is a fantastic place to host the Graduation Show, but can also be a maze, even more so with the current measures of fixed walking routes. Our students and staff will help you find your way. But they may also remind you of your obligation to comply with the coronavirus measures. We kindly request to cooperate. It is not only in your own interests to comply with the rules, but also those of other visitors and our students and staff.