Organizations that provide services for people with disabilities are invited to schedule free individualized group sessions through our Creative Connection program. Using guided tours, hands-on art workshops, and discussions specifically designed to meet the needs and interests of each participating group, this program enables and encourages individuals to express themselves both verbally and nonverbally in the embrace of the museum. Focus is placed on providing opportunities for recreation and socialization, increasing sensory awareness and integration, improving feeling identification, and expression through the use of art.
Groups are usually limited to ten participants, and must be accompanied by agency/school staff at all times. Accommodations can be made depending on participating program structure and should be discussed at time of registration. Sessions are 90 minutes long and are free of charge. For more information, please contact Access & Community Programs Coordinator Karen Duval at 716.270.8249 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Albright-Knox presents exhibitions of artwork by local students, as well as our Access AK program participants.View Exhibitions
Access AK Exhibition
Each year, the Albright-Knox presents an exhibition highlighting artwork created during Access AK sessions.Learn More
Disability Awareness Exhibition
Each October, the Albright-Knox is proud to display a collaborative exhibition in celebration of disability awareness.Learn More
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