Carrie McGee, In Person, Classes and Workshops, Adult (age 16+), Creative Aging, Mixed Media

Art in the Afternoon

Art in the Afternoon

3:30 pm
5:00 pm

MAM invites adults ages 55+ and friends to join us for an artistic social gathering twice a month. You will enjoy an opportunity to learn about and creatively respond to art from the permanent collection and special exhibitions. Each session begins with an instructor-led visit to our galleries to view a work of art and participate in engaging conversation followed by thematically related art activities. All levels are welcome. All materials will be provided.

You are welcome to bring your favorite beverage or refreshments and are encouraged to stay following the program to enjoy each other's company.

Space is limited and advanced registration is recommended but not required. Paid personal care partners are admitted free of charge.

Member Price
Non-Member Price
Event Type
Creative Aging
Event Format
In Person
Adult (age 16+)
Mixed Media
Carrie McGee Headshot

Carrie McGee

Carrie McGee is a photographer, art educator, and disability equality specialist with over 18 years of experience developing and delivering arts programming for visitors of all ages with and without disabilities. She holds a BFA in Photography from the University of Michigan and an MA in Art History from Hunter College. Carrie is an Adjunct Professor in the Narrative Medicine Program at Columbia University, a Museum Guide at The Museum of Modern Art, and a Teaching Artist at Oh! Canary art studio in South Orange. She has presented extensively in the US and abroad on accessibility and inclusion in museums.