that are currently available:
Museum-trained volunteer docents will offer guided tours throughout the
Museum's two galleries.
Museum curators, independent scholars, and art scholars present gallery
talks that focus on specific aspects of our various special exhibitions.
Gallery talks are free with Museum admission.
The Museum offers special free lectures in conjunction with its exhibitions
and on related topics in collaboration with other arts and cultural organizations
Staff-guided and self-guided tours are available for school, adult, college,
and senior groups and programs offered by tour hosts. Tours are appropriate
for all audiences and can be adapted to meet the needs of special groups
and groups with disabilities.
The Museum offers a variety of programming for children aged 5 to 12,
accompanied by an adult. These programs are designed for a broad and diverse
audience and are offered at no cost.
PROGRAMS FOR VISITORS WITH DISABILITIES
The Museum's exhibitions are always accessible to all regardless of limitation.
Special programming can be designed to address specific special needs.
Each year, the Museum organizes events and programs exclusively for its
members, from private viewings of its exhibitions to exhibit-related events