Updated October 6 at 12pm
After a thorough assessment of the Kimberly K. Querrey and Louis A. Simpson Cultural Campus, we are pleased to announce that we are reopening our administrative offices today, October 6, and The Baker Museum will reopen to the public on Tuesday, October 11.
Due to the storm, we regret to inform you that the previously scheduled Wang Chamber Music performance on Sunday, October 9 and the Lunch, Listen and Learn event on Wednesday, October 12, have been canceled. Our performing arts programming will resume on Wednesday, October 12, as saxophone dynamo Jimmy Greene joins the Naples Philharmonic Jazz Orchestra for two sizzling performances in Daniels Pavilion.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, it is our hope that Artis—Naples will be a place of comfort, solace and inspiration for the entire Southwest Florida community. We hope to see you on our cultural campus soon.
Updated October 3 at 3pm
We are relieved to report that the Kimberly K. Querrey and Louis A. Simpson Cultural Campus fared beautifully through Hurricane Ian. With the safety of our colleagues and patrons as a top priority, we are carefully preparing for a reopening of our cultural campus.
We hope that you and your loved ones are safe as the recovery effort from Hurricane Ian continues. We hope to be a place of comfort, solace and inspiration for the entire community.
Please check this page and social media for the latest information and future announcements.
September 26 at 4pm
Following safety precautions in advance of Hurricane Ian, the Kimberly K. Querrey and Louis A. Simpson Cultural Campus is closed until further notice, including The Baker Museum, Hayes Hall and the Kohan Administration Building offices. The Art After Hours event previously scheduled for September 28 has been canceled.
The safety of our employees and patrons is our top priority, and we will make future announcements about any changes and our reopening after we assess the impact of the hurricane.
Please check this page and our social media pages for the latest information and future announcements.
We encourage all members of our community to take the necessary steps to stay safe during the storm.