Family Autism Art Workshop

Join us at the Norton Museum of Art on Sunday, July 14th for an accessible art workshop for the entire family! This program will feature an art making workshop featuring print making, inspired by the exhibition Paper Trail: 500 Years of Prints from the Jonathan “Jack” Frost Collection.  

In this program, families will:

  • Take an interactive walk through the contemporary art exhibition galleries.
  • Make art with arts educator, Meredith Gregory.
  • Receive free admission to the Museum.
  • Accommodations including a social narrative (Social Story™), headphones, fidgets, quiet areas, accessible art materials and timers. 
  • All participating staff members are trained to lead programs for people with autism.

Program times:

K-6th grades and their families: Sunday, July 14th at 1 pm

K-6th RSVP

7th-12th grades and their families: Sunday, July 14th at 3 pm

7th-12th RSVP

Please book by the grade of the student with autism. Siblings of any age are welcome to join.

This program was made possible by the generosity of David and Jennifer Feldman, August Kluger, and the Mary Jane and Carl Panattoni Charitable Foundation.