An opportunity to expand the conversations about ability and access, featuring educators and cultural workers.
Children experience visual art in the Art Makes Sense program. Photo: Tim Forbes
Join us for a conversation about art, access and ability. Featuring educators and cultural workers, we’ll be discussing our efforts towards prioritizing accessibility in our educational programming and public spaces.
Program Coordinator Shannon Brown will introduce the innovative Art Makes Sense Accessible Art Program; and artist-consultant Lisa Figge and curator of Contemporary Art Sunny Kerr will share their perspectives on access as it informs their collaborative work on The hold: movements in the contemporary collection.
This event is free and open to the public.