State of Art: A program at the Anchorage Museum lets people with sensory-sensitivities experience exhibits in a way that works for them

Screen shot from the Anchorage Museum’s Sensory-Friendly and Access Mornings visitor guide. Courtesy of the Anchorage Museum.

This week on State of Art we’re learning about the Sensory-friendly and Access Mornings at the Anchorage Museum. Once a month during the museum’s winter hours, one exhibit is open and modified to accommodate people with sensory-sensitivities. Multi-media presentations might be turned down or off, lights dimmed and activities are provided as an alternate means of engaging with the museum.


On our broadcast, we also heard “March 3.24.18” by Ava Earl and “Say Goodbye” by the Hanna Yoter Band.

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