Fantastic Journeys: Access Program Student Art Exhibition

Fantastic Journeys: Access Program Student Art Exhibition

July 18-September 16, 2023

This exhibition celebrates the creative achievements of students who are studying studio art in MAM’s Access Program. Available to students of all ages and abilities, this program provides studio art instruction through small group classes and individual instruction. MAM's teaching artists shape each class around each student's unique goals and interests to further develop their artistic skills and creative voice.

The artwork on display reflects the range of media and subject matter explored by our students over the past year. For some students, the Access Program is their first experience creating art in a supported setting, while others build upon existing skills and interests or explore a new medium. 

MAM is an approved Goods and Services provider through the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD)

Water color work with blue and green abstract background with four birch trees across the length of the work. Artist: Minal Rosenblum. Title: "Springtime Trees."

Major Supporter

McMullen Family Foundation

Education Program Supporters

Dr. Valerie J. Ablaza

Lisa and Joseph Amato

Elizabeth and Michael Backer

Angela Beekers-Uberoi and
   Hank Uberoi

Heather and Vincent Benjamin

Sylvia J. Cohn


Holly English and Fred

Liza and Keith Helwig

Deborah and Peter Hirsch

Dr. Joseph M. Juliano, D.C.

Allyn and Peggy Lite

Carol Ann Pallonetti


Toni LeQuire-Schott and
   Newton B. Schott. Jr.

Cheryl and Marc Slutzky

Karen Staub

Lois and David Stith

Robert L. Tortoriello

Joan and Donald Zief

With additional support provided by the contributors to the 2022 Community Commitment Fund-a-Need and the Access Advisory Committee. 

All MAM programs are made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, The Vance Wall Foundation, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, and Museum members.