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Multisensory Tours

An older woman and a younger woman hold glass bottles with clay seashells glued to them while an older man looks on
Access & Community Programs Coordinator Karen Duval (right) leads guests in a Multisensory Tour at Albright-Knox Northland, February 12, 2020. Photograph by Tom Loonan.

Our free Multisensory Tours and Descriptive Teleconference Tours welcome adults who are blind or partially sighted to learn about selected works in our special exhibitions and works created through our Public Art Initiative. Tour themes change monthly and include in-depth verbal descriptions and other sensory activities.

In order to ensure a safe and socially distant environment for our staff and visitors, programs for visitors who are blind or partially sighted will be offered virtually while we continue to gather information on the status of the pandemic. As with in-person programs, places are limited and advance registration is required. To register, or for more information, please contact Access & Community Programs Coordinator Karen Duval at 716.270.8249 or

Upcoming Virtual Programs

Friday, December 18, 2020, 2–3 pm
*No program in January
Friday, February 26, 2021, 2–3 pm
Friday, March 26, 2021, 2–3 pm
Friday, April 23, 2021, 2–3 pm
Friday, May 21, 2021, 2–3 pm
Friday, June 25, 2021, 2–3 pm

Program Sponsors

Access AK is made possible through the generous support of the James H. Cummings Foundation, Inc. Endowment; National Fuel; the Vogt Family Foundation; and an anonymous donor.

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  • Accessibility

    The Albright-Knox is committed to creating and fostering a universal environment of accessibility for visitors of all ages.

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  • Contact Us

    For more information about all Access AK programs, please contact Access & Community Programs Coordinator Karen Duval at 716.270.8249 or

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