Brooklyn Afternoons

Individuals with memory loss and their care partners are invited to experience our collection together when our galleries are not open to the public. Each program offers an opportunity to enjoy conversation, works of art, and one another’s company. Light refreshments are provided, and assistive listening devices and wheelchairs are available.

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Brooklyn Afternoons

Individuals with memory loss and their care partners are invited to experience our collection together when our galleries are not open to the public. Each program offers an opportunity to enjoy conversation, works of art, and one another’s company. Light refreshments are provided, and assistive listening devices and wheelchairs are available.

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Brooklyn Afternoons

Individuals with memory loss and their care partners are invited to experience our collection together when our galleries are not open to the public. Each program offers an opportunity to enjoy conversation, works of art, and one another’s company. Light refreshments are provided, and assistive listening devices and wheelchairs are available.

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INSIDE NYCB: The Legacy of George Balanchine’s Apollo

Inside NYCB onstage presentations explore the history and inner workings of New York City Ballet through performance and discussion, offering audiences unique access to the esteemed performers and collaborators of NYCB. Join us on January 27th, as we explore the masterwork George Balanchine referred to as the “turning point” in his life: Apollo. Choreographed in…

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Met Escapes—Art-Making Workshop

Take a break from the everyday with art at the Museum. Participate in discussions, handling sessions, art making, and other interactive and multisensory activities in the galleries and classrooms. For individuals living with dementia, together with their family members or care partners. Free; reservations are required. Contact 212-650-2010 or access@metmuseum.org. At The Met Fifth Avenue…

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Discoveries—Masks (Ages 18 and above)

This workshop for adults with learning or developmental disabilities and accompanying friends and family members includes a gallery tour and art activity. Free; reservations are required. Contact 212-650-2010 or access@metmuseum.org. At The Met Fifth Avenue – Ruth and Harold D. Uris Center for Education

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Met Signs in the Studio in ASL—Marks of Color: Watercolor Painting

Be inspired by The Met collection to create your own work of art at this workshop that includes a discussion in the galleries followed by an art-making activity in the studio led by Debra Cole and Hollie Ecker. Free; reservations are required. Contact 212-650-2010 or access@metmuseum.org. In American Sign Language only, without voice interpretation. Programs with Sign Language…

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Seeing Through Drawing

Be inspired by the Museum’s collection and learn innovative drawing techniques through workshops that include experimentation with materials, verbal description, and creative response to works of art.

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Brooklyn Afternoons

Individuals with memory loss and their care partners are invited to experience our collection together when our galleries are not open to the public. Each program offers an opportunity to enjoy conversation, works of art, and one another’s company. Light refreshments are provided, and assistive listening devices and wheelchairs are available.

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden Memory Tour

Come in from the cold! Join us for a 90 minute guided tour of the Tropical and Desert Pavilions. This specially designed program is for individuals with dementia and their caregivers. Program includes a hands-on activity, and a take home which is a memento of your visit.

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