Everyone is welcome at MoMA. We offer a variety of free programs to make the Museum accessible to you. For individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities, there’s our hands-on Create Ability workshop. For individuals who are blind or have low vision, we offer descriptive audio guides, Art inSight lectures, and Touch Tours. We offer lectures with specially trained MoMA educators through our Meet Me at MoMA series for individuals with Alzheimer’s or dementia. We also have the MoMA Alzheimer’s Project website, full of helpful information for your visit or organization. For individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, we offer Interpreting MoMA, a series of sign language–interpreted gallery talks. All of MoMA’s theaters have T-coil loops and audio description, and captioning devices are available for films that use this technology. For much of our other public programming, we are happy to provide ASL or CART interpretation with three weeks advanced notice, and all public gallery programs provide assistive listening devices. Prime Time is our newest initiative to more deeply engage with New Yorkers who are 65 and up.
Volkswagen of America is proud to be MoMA’s lead partner of education.
Access and Community Programs are supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF).
Major support is provided by The Taft Foundation and the Werner and Elaine Dannheisser Fund for Older Adults.
Additional funding is provided by the Sarah K. de Coizart Article 5th Charitable Trust, Allene Reuss Memorial Trust, Bloomingdale’s, J.E. and Z.B. Butler Foundation, Von Seebeck-Share B Charitable Trust, The Elroy and Terry Krumholz Foundation, Karen Bedrosian Richardson, Langner Family Fund of The New York Community Trust, Frank J. Antun Foundation, the Josephs Family in loving memory of Hal and Florence Josephs, an anonymous donor, and by the Annual Education Fund.
MoMA Audio is supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies.