Visitors with Accessibility Needs
The following programs are designed to make the museum’s rich collection available for all who would like to explore it.
In the Moment: Tours for Visitors with Alzheimer’s
In the Moment tours invite those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, and their care partners, to explore our collection together. This experience includes conversation, works of art, and enjoying each other’s company.
Guided group visits may be scheduled on days and times convenient to the group. The tour fee is $15 per pair (one individual living with dementia and one caregiver). Reservations are required four weeks in advance. Groups are limited to six pairs per docent.
To register, please call the Group Visits Coordinator at (412) 622-3289, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Lucy Stewart for more information about the program.
Visitors Who Are Deaf
We are currently developing a series of programs for visitors who are Deaf. Look for upcoming gallery talks and other programs offered with American Sign Language interpretation.
- Printed copies of the Gallery Guide app entries are available at the admissions desk.
- Sign language interpreters may be requested for any museum program. At least three weeks notice is required. Email the Visitor Services Coordinator at email@example.com.
The Gallery Guide app offers accessible multimedia content of selected objects and exhibitions. Pick up an iPod with the Gallery Guide app at admissions or download on the App Store to your own device. To access the guide on any device, including Android, visit guide.carnegiemuseums.org.
Have ideas for ASL programming? Email the Teacher Programs Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Group Visits for Those with Other Accessibility Needs
The Carnegie Museum of Art is continually working to make museum programs and exhibitions accessible to all visitors. We welcome you! Call the Teacher Programs Coordinator at (412) 578-2560, or email email@example.com to organize the right experience.