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Recurring Event Virtual Sensory Friendly Workshop: Appropriated Images

A square painting depicting four flowers. Each flower is painted with a flat field of vibrant color rather than a detailed, realistic rendering that creates differentiation between the petals and pistils. The flowers are portrayed in bright pink, orange, and red tones, and in the center of each a cluster of black shading suggests a pistil. The grass and stems in the background are rendered in deep green and black.

Andy Warhol, Flowers, 1964
The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Founding Collection, Contribution The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., 1998.1.26

Join us for a free virtual program designed specifically for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their caregivers. Participants will explore Andy Warhol’s practice of appropriating news and advertising imagery and create their own art from home based on his practice.

Please note: this workshop will presented through Zoom. A computer or tablet with a camera, microphone, and internet connection will be necessary to fully participate.

Registrants will receive an email with a Zoom link and social story prior to the program. Space is limited, so registration is reserved for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their caregivers. If you have specific accommodation requests, please contact Shannon Thompson, at thompsons@warhol.org.

Warhol Without Walls

A global digital initiative created by The Andy Warhol Museum to expand public discourse around art and its role in a changing world, Warhol Without Walls signals a more boundless embrace of experimentation in all content we produce.

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