The Watson Institute understands that sensory-friendly experiences are important for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder and sensory sensitivities. The Andy Warhol Museum is also recognizing the importance of making art and cultural events accessible for children with special needs by offering a sensory-friendly event at the museum.
On Saturday, October 8, 2016 teens and young adults (14-21) with autism spectrum disorder and sensory sensitivities are invited to explore the Andy Warhol Museum free of charge.
The museum will adapt the atmosphere to make the experience sensory-friendly. Adaptations include turning down the music in the entrance space and providing quiet break areas for guests.
Space is limited so reserve your spot today by emailing Leah Morelli: [email protected] or by calling 412-237-8389.