Art's the Spark!

Select Saturdays, 10:30am - 12:00pm

Through interactive tours of the Museum’s exhibitions, Art’s the Spark gives those living with memory impairment, or any other neurological impairment, such as early stage Alzheimer’s disease or Parkinson’s disease, and their healthy caregivers a fun experience, an expressive outlet and an opportunity for adult discussions. Art’s the Spark is based on a similar program at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York and is the only one of its kind in Central Florida.

It provides a safe environment for members of the community who may have lost their memory but not their imagination and a forum for dialogue through looking at and making art. OM°A professional educators lead small group tours in the Museum’s galleries during non-public hours, offering an experience designed to use fine art as a catalyst for discussion and reminiscing. After the tour, healthy caregivers enjoy social time with other caregivers with coffee and conversation while their loved ones engage in a studio art activity. The program strives to provide a rich and satisfying experience for all participants.

Thank you to our Program Sponsor, the Joseph G. Markoly Foundation.
Additional support is provided by the Parkinson Association of Central Florida and The Joe & Sarah Galloway Foundation.

FREE, pre-registration is required. Please call 407.896.4231 ext. 262 or email education@omart.org to register.

Description

  • Lively discussion
  • Art history information given
  • Connections and reminiscing encouraged
  • Small group discussion
  • Private touring of galleries
  • Studio activity at conclusion of tour
  • Take home images to extend the experience
  • Coffee and conversation/networking for healthy caregivers
     

Spring 2024 Dates

  • January 6
  • February 3
  • March 2
  • April 13
  • May 4

LOCATION: Galleries, Studio I

Presented By:
Orlando Museum of Art
Dates:
3/2/2024, 4/13/2024, 5/4/2024
Price:
Free
Time:
10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Select Saturdays, 10:30am - 12:00pm

Through interactive tours of the Museum’s exhibitions, Art’s the Spark gives those living with memory impairment, or any other neurological impairment, such as early stage Alzheimer’s disease or Parkinson’s disease, and their healthy caregivers a fun experience, an expressive outlet and an opportunity for adult discussions. Art’s the Spark is based on a similar program at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York and is the only one of its kind in Central Florida.

It provides a safe environment for members of the community who may have lost their memory but not their imagination and a forum for dialogue through looking at and making art. OM°A professional educators lead small group tours in the Museum’s galleries during non-public hours, offering an experience designed to use fine art as a catalyst for discussion and reminiscing. After the tour, healthy caregivers enjoy social time with other caregivers with coffee and conversation while their loved ones engage in a studio art activity. The program strives to provide a rich and satisfying experience for all participants.

Thank you to our Program Sponsor, the Joseph G. Markoly Foundation.
Additional support is provided by the Parkinson Association of Central Florida and The Joe & Sarah Galloway Foundation.

FREE, pre-registration is required. Please call 407.896.4231 ext. 262 or email education@omart.org to register.

Description

  • Lively discussion
  • Art history information given
  • Connections and reminiscing encouraged
  • Small group discussion
  • Private touring of galleries
  • Studio activity at conclusion of tour
  • Take home images to extend the experience
  • Coffee and conversation/networking for healthy caregivers
     

Spring 2024 Dates

  • January 6
  • February 3
  • March 2
  • April 13
  • May 4

LOCATION: Galleries, Studio I