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We are thrilled to announce that the Museum Access Consortium will be hosting Autism-Friendly Cultural Programs Public Fair on Sunday, April 6th from 2-5PM at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Join us to learn about the many autism-friendly programs and resources offered at cultural institutions throughout New York City! The mission of this public fair is to create a safe space for youth and adults on the autism spectrum and their families to congregate, meet museum and cultural institution professionals, and learn about the multitude of autism-friendly programs and offerings in New York City. There will be hands-on activities, presentations and discussions, and resources to take away to help you plan future visits.
This is the registration for service providers, children and youth on the autism spectrum and their caregivers, adults on the autism spectrum and their caregivers, art therapists, District of Education representatives and anyone else who would like to attend. Please note that space is limited and registration is required.
Please select the correct ticket type below and fill out all the information. If you are a representative from a service provider, Education Professional (DOE, Charter School, etc.), or any other type of related professional AND a caregiver, please choose the caregiver option. There will be an opportunity to describe your additional roles as part of the registration.
Autism-Friendly Cultural Programs Public Fair is part of MAC’s three-year project. Thanks to support from The FAR Fund and 20 partner organizations, MAC has offered nine professional development workshops to help cultural institutions create more welcoming experiences for visitors of all ages with autism and their caregivers.
Cultural Programs and Organizations that will be featured:
American Museum of Natural History
Brooklyn Children's Museum
Brooklyn Public Library
Children's Museum of The Arts
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum
The Jewish Museum
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Museum of Modern Art
The Museum at Eldridge Street
National Autism Association NY Metro Chapter.
New York Transit Museum
New York Hall of Science
Theater Development Fund/Theater Autism Initiative
Tech Kids Unlimited
Wildlife Conservation Society/Central Park Zoo
Whitney Museum of American Art
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The Museum Access Consortium (MAC), is a citywide membership-based organization comprised of individuals from cultural institutions and disability communities working together to advance accessibility. Since the mid-1990s, MAC has offered free professional development workshops and a network of mutual support to help practitioners learn about, implement, and strengthen best practices for access and inclusion in cultural facilities of all types.
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Museum Access Consortium
MAC consists of representatives from various museum departments throughout the New York City Metropolitan area and members and representatives of the disability community. Members of MAC exchange information, ideas and resources, offer educational workshops on accessibility topics, and provide a network of mutual support.