Events & Programs

Two people dance with each other, one with their head bowed and one reaching out with his arm.

Join performance artist duo slowdanger for a movement practice in the galleries. This workshop challenges participants to explore the links between body, sound, and environment.

Close-up of a bright eye with geometric lines and patterns on it.

Learn about the latest advancements in vision regeneration and the links between art and perception at this free lecture by acclaimed optogenetic restoration researcher Dr. José-Alain Sahel.

People walk around a gallery of framed paintings.

Join us for a lively, 90-minute discussion of works in our collection. Designed for visitors who are deaf and their friends or families, this tour is led by an expert docent, assisted by an American Sign Language interpreter.

Framed portraits hang on gallery walls.

Join us for a casual, 90-minute discussion of works in our collection. Designed for visitors who are blind or have low vision and their friends or families, this tour incorporates vibrant visual descriptions, hands-on materials, and new tactile reproductions of favorite artworks.

People walk around a gallery of framed paintings.

Join us for a lively, 90-minute discussion of works in our collection. Designed for visitors who are deaf and their friends or families, this tour is led by an expert docent, assisted by an American Sign Language interpreter.

People walk around a gallery of framed paintings.

Join us for a lively, 90-minute discussion of works in our collection. Designed for visitors who are deaf and their friends or families, this tour is led by an expert docent, assisted by an American Sign Language interpreter.

Framed portraits hang on gallery walls.

Join us for a casual, 90-minute discussion of works in our collection. Designed for visitors who are blind or have low vision and their friends or families, this tour incorporates vibrant visual descriptions, hands-on materials, and new tactile reproductions of favorite artworks.

People walk around a gallery of framed paintings.

Join us for a lively, 90-minute discussion of works in our collection. Designed for visitors who are deaf and their friends or families, this tour is led by an expert docent, assisted by an American Sign Language interpreter.

Framed portraits hang on gallery walls.

Join us for a casual, 90-minute discussion of works in our collection. Designed for visitors who are blind or have low vision and their friends or families, this tour incorporates vibrant visual descriptions, hands-on materials, and new tactile reproductions of favorite artworks.

A family sits in the galleries, smiling at each other.

Join us for a lively, family-friendly tour in our collection! Designed for visitors who are deaf and their friends or families, this tour is led by an expert docent, assisted by an American Sign Language interpreter.


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