Young adults on the autism spectrum, and their caregivers, are invited to experience art in a sensory-friendly program led by MFAH educators and master educators from Social Motion Skills, a local nonprofit organization.

Participants explore visual art through reflection and conversation in a guided tour through the Museum’s galleries. The tour is followed by an art-making activity, offering the opportunity to put these new perspectives into practice.

Reserve a spot in advance! This program is free. Space is limited to the first 20 young adults (ages 14 & older) who register, along with one caregiver per participant. Contact tours@mfah.org to RSVP.

• Prepare for your trip to the MFAH! We have tips for visitors on the autism spectrum.

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Learning and Interpretation programs receive generous funding from Melvyn and Cyvia Wolff; MD Anderson Cancer Center; Mitra Mujica-Margolis and Michael Margolis; the Sterling-Turner Foundation; Institute of Museum and Library Services; Houston Junior Woman's Club; Mercantil Bank; Mr. William J. Hill; The Windgate Charitable Foundation; The Brown Foundation, Inc.; Sharon G. Dies; The Powell Foundation; and the Susan Vaughan Foundation.