Event - Art Access: Open Studios

Art Access: Open Studios

02.03.24, 11:30 am – 4:00 pm

A group of people sit at a table in a an art studio. They are drawing and looking at art drawings.

Kuo Heng-Huang

ArtAccess Open Studio programs provide opportunities for children, teens, and adults with disabilities to engage with their peers and expand artistic interests through art-making and gallery exploration activities at the Queens Museum. Each month explores a new theme and different activities. We adapt materials and activities for participants’ needs. You can note any needs or accommodations to artaccess@queensmuseum.org.

 

Programs take place in person at the Museum and are free with advanced registration:

 

Museum Explorers (recommended for ages 8-12)
Join us monthly on the first Saturday from 11:30am-1:00pm.

 

Open Studio for Teens and Adults (recommended for teens and adults)
Join us monthly on the first Saturday from 2:00-4:00pm.

 

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.