The OMA welcomes visitors of all ages and abilities. Special programs for children with developmental and learning disabilities and their families are offered as well as programs for adults suffering from memory loss or neurological impairment and their healthy caregivers. We also offer outreach programs for art lovers unable to visit the Museum.
Are you looking for programs that treat seniors as adults? Do you search for intriguing programming that can stimulate your residents? If you answered yes, then Art on the Go! is what you need!
Art with Purpose is a partnership with the Zebra Coalition, a local non-profit organization that provides services for LGBTQ youth ages 13-24.
Through interactive tours of the Museum’s exhibitions, Art’s the Spark gives those living with memory or neurological impairments and their healthy caregivers a fun experience, an expressive outlet and an opportunity for adult discussions.
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.
A Community Outreach Program of the Orlando Museum of Art at the Women’s Residential & Counseling Center (WRCC)
The Orlando Museum of Art brings art to ill children through engaging storytelling and hands-on art activities.