Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has acquired 60 pairs of color blind glasses to increase accessibility for color blind guests. The glasses are made by EnChroma, a company based in Berkeley, California.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is engaged in a 10-year-long experiment with more than a thousand children from 17 mostly rural low-income public elementary schools in three states to measure the outcome of immersive arts education. The museum also offers school arts enrichment grant-funded field trips.
Nature's Nation: American Art and Environment is on view at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art May 25 to Sept. 9. The new exhibition was developed by Princeton University Art Museum and examines American artists' impact on shaping environmental understanding.