Art Spectrums is a free program for children and teens on the autism spectrum. Students are introduced to the unique environments of the museum and art studio. Participants look at artwork and discuss observations, then museum artwork serves as the inspiration for a related activity in the studio. These sensory experiences can aid in the development of cognition, communication, and motor skills.

The purpose of Art Spectrums is to enable children with autism, and their families, to engage with artwork and have fun at a museum. Classes are held on the second Sunday of each month, from 1 – 2:30 pm for ages 5 – 12 and from 3 – 4:30 pm for ages 13 – 18. Required registration opens one month at a time. Find available classes.