Crain’s Detroit: Capacity limitations strain arts, culture organizations even as patrons come back

Crain’s Detroit: Capacity limitations strain arts, culture organizations even as patrons come back. “The Henry Ford is seeing about 15,000 visitors per week, compared to 51,000 per week last year, President and CEO Patricia Mooradian said in an emailed statement. The weekly reduction is due to capacity constraints, the continued closures of some of its venues and elimination of large events. It’s continuing to operate at 25 percent capacity in order to follow state guidelines for the safety and well-being of staff and guests, she said. But since reopening July 2, The Henry Ford has made gradual changes in its operations.”

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