Family tours and museum workshops with CMA Teaching Artist and American Sign Language Interpreter [ASL]
CMA’s LOOK, MAKE, SIGN tours provide a free opportunity for the Deaf community to explore CMA. Teaching Artist and American Sign Language Interpreter (ASL) will facilitate inquiry-based discussion and activities in the gallery. Families will tour museum studios and explore art-making workshops. At the heart of all of our program is socialization, benefiting all participants.
Audience: Children ages 6-12 years old who are deaf and their families.
All classes are held Saturdays from 9:30-10:45 AM in the lobby.
LOOK: Learn about our current exhibition in the gallery space
MAKE: Learn about art activities your family can do after the tour at CMA
SIGN: Share your ideas about the artworks with a CMA Teaching Artists and your family
For more information, contact our Community & School Programs Coordinator, Mackie Saylor, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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