The Parrish Art Museum is committed to making its collection, building, and programs accessible to all audiences. To further that goal Parrish educators, in partnership with regional agencies, have developed Access Parrish–a series of learning experiences specifically designed for youth and adults with varied needs and abilities. All Access Parrish programs are offered free of charge.
Access Tours and Workshops
Access Tours and Workshops for groups of children, families, or adults are planned with program partners and are also available upon request. Group visits, which include a tour and studio experience, take place at the Museum. Offsite programs are available for those unable to visit the Museum. Please contact Education Director Cara Conklin-Wingfield at firstname.lastname@example.org or 631-283-2118 x121 for more information.
Paint at the Parrish with ADRC
Gallery discussion and activities tailored to individuals with Alzheimer’s or dementia (and their care partners) are offered monthly, in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center (ADRC). Pre-registration is required for the programs, which include a boxed lunch at no charge. Please contact Michele Payne, Director of Programs at ADRC at 631-580-5100, x304 for more information and to register.
PD Paint at the Parrish
Developed in collaboration with Stony Brook–Southampton Hospital’s Center for Parkinson’s Disease and the American Parkinson’s Disease Association, PD Paint at the Parrish is an arts program designed specifically for individuals with Parkinson’s and their care partners. Pre-registration is required for the programs, which include a boxed lunch at no charge. Please contact Patti Cronin, Stony Brook–Southampton Hospital’s Wellness Program, at 631-726-8800 for more information and to register.