Access Program


BMoCA Access Programs engage individuals with disabilities and special needs in the world of contemporary art. Specially trained docents and workshop leaders offer tours and hands-on art making workshops based on the exhibition. Special requests are encouraged and welcomed. BMoCA is equipped with a wheelchair lift and is fully handicap accessible.


BMoCA is providing youth and adult visitors of diverse physical and cognitive abilities opportunities to visit BMoCA at no charge. Visitors from the general public, as well as members of local service organizations, will receive hour-long educational tours of the museum’s exhibitions. According to the needs and preference of the visitors, each tour can be followed by a hands-on workshop specifically designed for their abilities.

Free access is sponsored by a generous grant from the Boulder Human Relations Commission.


ACCESS ART is specifically designed to make BMoCA’s art exhibitions accessible for visitors with early-stage Alzheimer’s or dementia and their caregivers. Shannon Crothers, Director of Education, has received specialized training and professional development from Laurel Humble, Assistant Educator for the MoMA Alzheimer’s Project and co-founder of Meet Me at MoMA.

For more information or to schedule a tour or workshop, contact Nicole Dial-Kay, Education Coordinator at 303-443-2122 ext 13 or

Boulder Human Relations Commission
City of Boulder Division of Housing – Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)


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