Proof of Vaccination

By order of the Public Health Officer, proof of vaccination will be required for all participants attending an in-person class at Poco Art Studio beginning September 13, 2021. Participants must be fully vaccinated by October 24. On your first visit to Poco Art Studio you will be asked to present your BC Vaccine Card or QR code and valid photo ID upon arrival before attending your first in-person class.


For more information on how to receive your proof of vaccination, please visit the Province of British Columbia proof of vaccination.

[1] These events meet the PHO requirement of indoor organized events with less than 50 people. Poco Art Studio falls under the following category:

Places proof of vaccination is required for entry:

Indoor organized group recreational classes and activities like pottery, art and choir

Guidelines to keep everyone safe

  • Please show up at the studio wearing a mask and/or a face shield. Once you are settled at your table you may remove your mask if you wish as we are then at a safe distance apart.

  • Using a mask and/or gloves while working will be up to the individual. 

  • Enter the door and use the hand sanitizer on the table.

  • Come up into the studio. Use the hand sanitizer in the studio (after touching the stair railing)

  • At your table you will be given a plastic table covering that will be yours for the duration of your classes. Keep it with your art supplies.

  • Using a mask and/or gloves will be up to the individual. PPE not included.

  • As your instructor I will not come close to you and I will wear a face shield the entire class. I will teach from a distance of at least 6 feet away from you. I will demonstrate from my table with an overhead mirror. If I need to see your work I will put on a face mask and stand at the side of your table 3 feet from you. Please let me know ahead of time if you would like me to not come over to see your work.

You will be greeted by me wearing a mask. If you have concerns about being in a room with people not wearing a face mask you can arrange for private classes for maximum safety protection.

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Art Classes

4 or 6 week classes will continue to have only 2 participants. During a class you have your own table and there is a plexiglass barrier between you and the other student. 

Art Workshops

1 or 2 day workshops will have 2-4 participants. You will have your own table but there will be no plexiglass barrier. You must keep your mask on during the workshop.


  • Before entering the washroom use the hand sanitizer next to the door.

  • The washroom will have been cleaned prior to class. Feel free to use the Sanitizing spray with paper towel to wipe the seat and handle. Dispose of paper towel in trash can please.

  • You can again use hand sanitizer when leaving washroom if you wish



  • It happens don’t be alarmed just remember to use your sleeve or kleenex (available in the studio)


Cancel class if feeling unwell

  • Please call to cancel class if you feel even the slightest bit unwell or if you feel anything has put you at risk. 

  • Postponed classes will resume when you feel healthy.

  • Please inform me if you have recently been traveling outside the lower mainland.

  • Please inform me if you have been in contact with anyone who has Covid-19.     Thank you!
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For classes of 2 people there will be a plexiglass barrier