Sensory-Friendly Event for Teens and Young Adults

Come to The Andy Warhol Museum for a sensory-friendly program designed specifically for teens and young adults – ages 14 to 21 years – with autism spectrum disorders and those with sensory sensitivities. Participants will explore Andy Warhol’s artwork through gallery discussions, activities, and art making. Each participant will have the opportunity to silkscreen print in the education studio and engage in lively and supportive discussions with museum staff. The museum will make accommodations during these events, such as turning down the music in the entrance gallery and providing quiet areas. Come and meet The Warhol’s welcoming staff members who are ready to support the diversity of individuals.

The Sensory-Friendly Event for Teens and Young Adults will be held on Saturday, March 12, at 10:00 am at The Andy Warhol Museum. There is a 20 person limit for this event, and registration is required. To register, email Leah Morelli or call 412-237-8389. Admission is free for each participant and one guest.

The Andy Warhol Museum 117 Sandusky Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212