Tuesday, November 1, 2016
247 East 20th Street
New York, NY 10003
Join us for a workshop on designing accessible school visits to and partnerships with cultural institutions. This Museum Access Consortium program aims to bring together teachers and museum educators to foster dialogue about how to design museum and theater visits that are accessible to students with a range of abilities and disabilities. This program will present case studies of accessible cultural programs for school groups across New York City and provide opportunities for both teachers and colleagues from cultural institutions to share information and resources.
Marie Clapot, Assistant Educator, Accessibility Education, The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Is there more than one way to see a work of art?
Alyson Luck, Manager, School, Youth, & Family Programs, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Meredith Gregory Special Education and Access Coordinator, New York Transit Museum: Accommodations for School Audiences with Autism
Aliza Greenberg, Arts Enrichment Coordinator, LearningSpring School: What Teachers Want – Collaborating for Accessible School Programs
Ellysheva Zeira, Education Assistant for Access and Kat Lloyd, Education Manager, The Tenement Museum: Designing School Visits for English Language Learners