American Sign Language Tours
Select CMA docent–led public tours are interpreted by students in the American Sign Language/English Interpreting Program at Kent State University. Tours depart from the information desk in the Ames Family Atrium. Free. Open to all.
Art in the Afternoon: Memory Support Program
Meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 1:15 p.m. In partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association, the CMA provides specialized gallery tours for those with memory loss, along with one caregiver, designed to lift the spirit, engage the mind, and provide a relaxing and enjoyable social experience. Specially trained docents are sensitive to the interests and abilities of all visitors and encourage conversation, sharing memories, and art enjoyment. Preregistration required; call the Alzheimer’s Association Cleveland Area Chapter at 216-342-5607.
Art Café at CMA
Second Tuesday of every month, 2:00–4:00 p.m. A guided gallery tour the first hour is followed by a chance to connect with fellow participants during a Dutch-treat visit to the café. Free; registration requested.
Visitors with vision impairments may register for special tours with advance notice. These tours are available to visitors of all ages, individually or in groups. Contact access [at] clevelandart.org. Please allow a minimum of four weeks’ notice.
If you need accommodations for a disability or have questions or feedback about accessibility at the CMA, please contact access [at] clevelandart.org.