The Huntsville Museum of Art is excited to announce the Accessible Art Works (AAW), a program developed by the Education Department in collaboration with people with disabilities.
Each session will allow an assistant or companion to attend with the workshop participant. The Accessible Art Program gives one the opportunity to experience a docent led private tour of specific art pieces from a current exhibit, followed by an art making session led by a trained instructor. Accessible Art Works sessions are offered on a monthly basis year round. The Deaf/Hard of Hearing session will have an ASL Qualified Interpreter during the tour and the art making as well. We are pleased to offer the Accessible Art Workshop free of charge to participants and a companion thanks to a generous grant from the Lowe Foundation and a partnership with the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB).
It is strongly recommended that attendees pre-register for each session as they fill up quickly. Sign up online or by contacting Candace Bean, Education Associate at [email protected] or 256-535-4350 ext. 223 to participate in the session or to learn more. The sessions meet from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Lunch is scheduled between 12:00-12:30 p.m. after each session.
The HMA is committed to advancing a diverse and inclusive space and community by creating and implementing accessibility initiatives. We believe art and public spaces should be accessible to all. AAW represents an AAW-some opportunity to support this objective.