Juliette Barthélemy, from the Public, Mediation Projects, and Students Department at the Palais de Beaux-Arts de Lille, invites you to discover a piece by Sonia Delaunay.
As you explore this work, let your imagination run wild and make connections with the colours and shapes of nature. You will then create an abstract composition by tracing objects that you have on hand and then adding whatever colours you want.
Although designed for people with autism, this activity is suitable for all groups. Adult assistance is recommended.
Emily Wiskera, Manager of Access Programs at the Dallas Museum of Art, invites you to discover a landscape painting depicting icebergs. Let your senses carry you into this great work of art, and then create a painting with coloured ice cubes.
This activity is specially designed for people on the autism spectrum but is suitable for all audiences. Adult assistance is suggested.
Louise Giroux, Educational Programs Officer – Wellness, invites you on an exploration of an artwork in our collection, followed by a creative workshop. Let your senses take you on a discovery of this work. Then, explore your environment to make a drawing using the rubbing technique.
While specially designed for a neurodiverse audience,this is a great activity for everyone. It can be done independently or with adult assistance.
Our Natural World: A Virtual, Sensory-Based Experience is made possible through the generosity of the FRench American Museum Exchange (FRAME).