Creative Connections

Catherine Cross

The Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) is proud to offer a program that connects visitors of all ages with developmental and learning disabilities and those on the autism spectrum to art and the world around them. In an environment where there are no wrong questions or answers, the Creative Connections program will spark imagination and foster creative expression.

This program connects visitors of all ages with developmental and learning disabilities and those on the autism spectrum to art and the world around them. In an environment where there are no wrong questions or answers, the Creative Connections program will spark imagination and foster creative expression.

Time
Adults: 12:00-1:30pm
Youth & Families: 2:00-3:30pm

Dates
September 8
October 13

Program Description
Tour and sketching in the galleries: 30-40 minutes Studio Fun: 45 minutes

Attire
Casual, comfortable clothing, sweaters or light jackets recommended

Parking
Free parking, close to OMA entrance

Accessibility
OMA strives to be accessible to all of our visitors. Please call to request a wheelchair, if needed.

Contact
This program requires advance registration; please click here to register or call 407.896.4231 ext. 261. Each program has limited attendance.

Cost
FREE

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Pre-registration is required. Please call 407.896.4231 ext. 261 or email dmatteson@omart.org to register.

Dates & Times: Select Sundays, 12-1:30pm

Location: Galleries, Studio I

Cost: Free

About Catherine Cross

With over 30 years of hands-on experience behind her, Catherine continues her journey as a lifelong learner, artist, educator, designer and “arts for all” advocate. She is honored to have the opportunities to share her love of art with children and families in museums, schools and art organizations throughout the southeast. A presenter at Art and Early Childhood conferences at the local, national and international levels, Catherine has spent her life working to engage people of all ages and abilities with the creative process.