Sun, Dec 10
Access Family Workshops are programs organized for visitors with intellectual or developmental disabilities and their families. Join us for a multi-sensory experience, exploring the Jewish Museum's collection and creating your own art inspired by the work on view.
Tue, Dec 12
These courses focus on looking closely at works of art and are ideal for anyone wishing to learn more about the Jewish Museum’s unique collections and exhibitions. Each tour is led by a Jewish Museum educator and will take place over Zoom.
Wed, Dec 13
Participants with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and their care partners are invited to join a lively and creative program that encourages creating personal connections to original works of art and each other. Together, we will explore Mood of the moment: Gaby Aghion and the house of Chloé through facilitated discussions and multi-sensory experiences and create art of our own.
Thu, Dec 14
Music and art intertwine in this program for preschoolers with musical tours and art-making experiences.
Thu, Dec 14
Join a conversation and reading for Touching the Art, queer icon and activist Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore’s newest book, an interrogation of the possibilities of artistic striving, the limits of the middle-class mindset, the legacy of familial abandonment, and what art can and cannot do.