Sensory Days are a collaboration between local arts and culture organizations to provide sensory-friendly programming. Participating organizations provide activities at each event and take turns hosting Sensory Day.
On selected days, the DMA will be open early for children with autism and their families to enjoy art together in a fun environment. Families can participate in staff-led gallery experiences and activities provided by our Sensory Day partners. Participants can enjoy an interactive performance with a music therapist, and relax in our sensory room facilitated by occupational therapy students from Texas Woman’s University —all before public hours.
Families will have the opportunity to explore the interactives in the Center for Creative Connections during this special private event, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m., and are also invited to stay when the Museum opens at 11:00 a.m. to enjoy additional family programming.
Email access@DMA.org if you have questions about the content of the event or need more information about what to expect. Sign up for our Sensory Day newsletter below.
2020 dates at the DMA:
2020 Sensory Day dates to be announced soon.
Sensory Days at Partner Institutions:
March 26, 2020: Sensory Day at the Nasher Sculpture Center