Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) has announced a September 4 re-opening plan for its cinema, café bar and print studio.
Galleries at the Perth Road attraction will open the following week.
Beth Bate, director of DCA, said “After this long closure period we are incredibly excited at the prospect of welcoming audiences back into our building.
“Our focus now is on ensuring that we have the right measures in place to offer the safest, most enjoyable experience possible when we open our doors, all in line with the latest government and sector advice.”
During lockdown, DCA has been offering a range of online activities including a film club and quiz, reading group and Discovery Shorts series.
The team have also been making family art bags for groups including Dundee International Women’s Centre and Advocating Together, and are currently taking part in a children’s art week programme of themed activities that will be included in packs from the city’s Maxwell Centre.
Beth added: “We are inviting audiences to share their creative projects with us while we’re still closed.
“We’d like children to send us artworks and writing to include in wellbeing bags for Dundee Pensioners Forum, which will be sent to older people who are on their own.
“We must also acknowledge the fact that we face many challenges on reopening. With costly new safety measures and reduced capacities throughout the building, we need to raise additional funds to sustain our work.”