This month the DMA is raising awareness for Color Vision Deficiency (CVD), more commonly known as "color blindness." Investigate the basics of color theory, the relationship between colors, and how different combinations of mixing colors can evoke emotional responses. Then, try out our new EnChroma® color-correcting glasses while exploring the DMA. These glasses enhance hues for individuals with red-green type CVD, allowing them to experience the entire color spectrum. Quantities are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
This program is drop-in and seating is first come, first served.
Please note that this program is geared toward adults. Families interested in creating together should see our Open Studio program.
Image: Walls and Screens, about 1928. Josef Albers. Sandblasted opaque red flashed glass with black glass paint. Dallas Museum of Art, Foundation for the Arts Collection, bequest of James Howard Clark, Jr., 2016.30.2.FA.