Our studio is located at cSpace King Edward, a creative hub, in Marda Loop, Calgary.

The following precautions are being taken by the building at large:

cSpace have added hand sanitizer stations at all entrances, close to elevator doors on all floors and in meeting rooms.

Rapid Response Plan
cSpace have written a rapid response plan in case someone falls ill while on site. Their tenants are also required to have a rapid response plan in place.

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cSpace have implemented a screening and sign in sheet for all coworkers and cSPACE staff. This will allow them to effectively perform contact tracing if the need arises. They have encouraged tenants to do the same for all staff and patrons.

Reduced Occupancy
cSpace have removed all public seating. Meeting spaces have also been restricted in capacity.

The West stairwell will be used exclusively for going down, while the East Stairwell will be used for going up.

The elevator has been restricted to allow for only 2 people at a time, and standing areas have been clearly marked on the floor.

cSpace hallways are wide enough to accommodate people walking in both directions with physical distancing of 6′.

Cleaning and Disinfecting
In addition to the buildings weekly cleaning and disinfection routine, the staff perform daily cleaning of all high touch surfaces at midday and use a fogger, disinfecting machine, every evening for added sterilization.

As we reopen we want to remind you to stay healthy, wash your hands and use hand sanitizer. If you feel unwell or are experiencing symptoms, like a runny nose, fever, cough, or extreme fatigue, take care of yourself and others by staying home. We appreciate your support!

We will continue to reevaluate these measures regularly and as conditions change.

Natalie Gerber Studio is currently by appointment only.  Please email us for availability.


If you are experiencing any of the following DO NOT attend the workshop or visit the studio:
  • fever
  • new onset of cough or worsening of chronic cough
  • new or worsening shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • sore throat
  • runny nose
  • headache
  • nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
  • muscle or joint aches
  • conjunctivitis
  • severe difficulty breathing (e.g., struggling for each breath, speaking in single words)
  • severe chest pain
  • having a very hard time waking up
  • feeling confused
  • lost consciousness
  • shortness of breath at rest
  • inability to lie down because of difficulty breathing
  • chronic health conditions that you are having difficulty managing because of your current respiratory illness
  • If you have had close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days
  • If you have had close contact with a person experiencing any of the above symptoms or being investigated for COVID-19 in the last 14 days
  • If you or anyone in your household has travelled outside Canada in the last 14 days

In The Studio
We have put in place measures to make the studio as safe as possible for visitors and workshop participants. When you arrive, you will be required to sign-in and provide a phone number for added tracing precautions. Hand sanitizer will be available on entering and before leaving. Wipes are also provided for your phone.  All communal items (such as magazines, cups etc.) have been removed. High touch areas will be wiped down before each workshop as well as equipment to be used by attendees. Masks will be provided to workshop participants. Participants will keep their belongings next to their station on the floor. In the event that a participant starts showing symptoms while attending a workshop Natalie Gerber Studio & Workshops has developed a Rapid Response Plan.

In Studio Workshops
All in studio workshops are limited to groups under 5 people, including the instructor, in order to accommodate safe social distancing of at least 6 feet between participants (the length of a bicycle).

The studio is offering private yardage printing workshops to cohorts of 2 – 4 people.  Please inquire for further details.

 “A COVID-19 cohort, also referred to as a bubble, circle, or safe squad, is a small group whose members –always the same people -do not always keep 2 meters apart. The cohort concept encourages individuals who cannot maintain 2 meter physical distance when in group settings to interact with the same people within their own cohort group rather than switching daily contacts or randomly interacting with others outside that circle.”  Alberta Health Service (AHS)

Workshops Larger than Five
Larger workshops will take place in cSpace King Edward’s Treehouse conference space, on the 4th floor.  Workshops are capped at 15 people. The Treehouse space can accommodate up to 20 participants and be compliant with AHS, COVID 19 standards.  You will receive further instructions of where your workshop will take place the week prior to the date of said workshop.

You will be required to sign a waiver before participating in workshops at Natalie Gerber Studio & Workshops. The document will be sent out the week of your workshop, please bring a signed copy with you on the day. If you are not able to print a copy, please review the document ahead of time and sign the provided copy when you arrive. Attendance at Natalie Gerber Studio & Workshops will constitute your acceptance of the Liability Waiver and Hold Harmless Agreement.


All participants are required to wear KN95 masks during the workshop, compliments of Natalie Gerber Studio & Workshops.  For further information about KN95 masks follow this link.

On the Day
When you arrive, you will be required to sign-in and provide a phone number for added tracing precautions. Before entering the studio or Treehouse for your workshop and again on leaving please use the hand sanitizer provided.  Wipes are also provided for your phones. Please sit in designated distanced spots and use only the materials provided to you for the workshop unless otherwise stated by the instructor.

While we’re sure you will be disappointed at having to miss out on a workshop, it is imperative to put these protocols in place to keep our community safe and not add to the spread of COVID 19. 

In the event that you’re not able to attend or continue to feel unsafe under the precautions outlined above, we will happily refund your workshop cost, less a 5% administration fee.  Alternatively, please consider the impact on our small business and request that we issue a gift certificate for the amount of the refund. This can be used to join us at a future workshop when circumstances change or in store, either at our brick and mortar location or online.