- Kids & Families
- Youth Programs
- Adult Programs
- School Programs
- Group Experiences
AGH Wellness programs encourage communication and connection, validate personhood and offer opportunities for shared experiences. With an emphasis on the benefits of specialized programs to support participants who are differently-abled, neuro-diverse, or in many different life stages, these programs bring the joys of art experiences to audiences in ways that are adapted to suit their specific interests and abilities.
Conversations about art combined with hands-on activity designed to engage persons with dementia, those who are neuro-diverse, people living with mental illness, those who are differently abled, and for caregivers of all ages.
Tours and activities designed to engage the senses, open to all but with a focus on experiences for persons with low vision.
During non-public hours, visitors with dementia and those on the Autism spectrum can visit the AGH with their families and have a quieter, sensory-reduced experience.
Toklihili: The Young Indian Princess
Sophie Anderson (French 1823–1903)
oil on canvas, The Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Collection, 2002