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Recurring Event Sensory-Friendly Event for Teens and Young Adults: Portraiture

A teen and their parent in The Warhol galleries examine an exposed silkscreen featuring an image of Andy Warhol.

Photo by Renee Rosensteel

This inclusive 90-minute workshop for teens and young adults (ages 13–21) focuses on the role of portraiture in Warhol’s artistic practice. We will also connect Warhol’s work with our exhibition, Devan Shimoyama’s Cry, Baby and create our own pop portraits. Attendance is limited to 20 people. Materials and an orientation video will be supplied prior to the event and participants will have the chance to discuss any other accommodations needed.

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