Events

July 14, 2018
10:30am12:00pm

Sensory Saturdays

Program for families with children on the autism spectrum

This is a free program for families with children who are 5 to 12 years old and on the autism spectrum. Families will have time to explore artworks in the galleries and get creative during a hands-on, art-making experience!

While the needs of individuals with autism are the focus of this program, it is also intended to be fun for parents, siblings (of all ages), and other relatives!

This program is offered on the second Saturday of every month.

Registration for this program opens July 1.

Eventbrite - Sensory Saturdays

Questions? Call 817.989.5013 or email education@cartermuseum.org.

Support for Access Programs by the Carl B. and Florence E. King Foundation.

07/14/2018 10:30am 07/14/2018 12:00pm Sensory Saturdays Amon Carter Museum America/Chicago public
July 14, 2018
11:00am12:00pm

The French Connection

Themed Tour

Discover the French Connection in the Amon Carter’s collection. Many American artists trained in France, spent time in France, or were of French descent. In honor of Bastille Day, this tour explores some of those connections to works in the collection. The tour starts with an introduction to one of the museum's newest, but not new, attractions, Diana, by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. No reservations required.

07/14/2018 11:00am 07/14/2018 12:00pm The French Connection Amon Carter Museum America/Chicago public
July 14, 2018
2:00pm3:00pm

Permanent Collection Tour

Explore the Amon Carter's collection

Meet at the Information Desk for a tour of the highlights of the permanent collection of paintings and sculpture led by one of our friendly, knowledgeable docents. No reservations are required.

07/14/2018 2:00pm 07/14/2018 3:00pm Permanent Collection Tour Amon Carter Museum America/Chicago public
July 14, 2018
3:00pm4:00pm

Multitude, Solitude: The Photographs of Dave Heath

Explore the current special exhibition

Meet at the special exhibition entrance for a guided of Dave Heath’s powerful photographs of loss and hope conjure feelings of alienation and a desire for human connection. Multitude, Solitude highlights the photographer’s black-and-white pictures of the 1950s and 1960s, an intense period of self-discovery and innovation for the artist. During these pivotal years, Heath developed groundbreaking approaches to narrative and image sequence, producing exquisite individual prints; handmade book maquettes; his poetic masterwork, A Dialogue with Solitude; and multimedia slide presentations. His sensitive explorations of loss, pain, love and hope reveal Heath to be one of the most original photographers of those decades.

07/14/2018 3:00pm 07/14/2018 4:00pm Multitude, Solitude: The Photographs of Dave Heath Amon Carter Museum America/Chicago public