Event - Art Access: Museum Explorers For Children with Disabilities

Art Access: Museum Explorers For Children with Disabilities

11.04.23, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Three young children wearing face masks, seated a table with bright colored paper, cutting, collaging and creating artwork.

Image: Kuo-Heng Huang

Free with advanced registration


On the first Saturday of the month we welcome children with disabilities (ages 8-12) and their families to visit the Queens Museum from 11:30am-1:00pm for art-making activities, guided by trained museum educators and teaching artists. Each month explores a new theme and art activities.


Participants must be accompanied by a care partner to the museum and throughout the workshop.


For questions or additional information contact us at: artaccess@queensmuseum.org or 718-592-9700 x138.


What is ArtAccess?


ArtAccess initiatives at the Queens Museum provide programming for children, teens, and adults with disabilities and advance accessibility initiatives throughout the museum. Programs are designed based on participants’ needs and interests, promote social inclusion and self-determination, encourage experimentation and creative expression, and provide layers of multisensory experiences.