Visitors With Disabilites

Accessibility Tools for Visitors

The Educators at AMoA understand that visitors can engage with art in different ways and our goal is to provide as many as possible in order to inspire and/or improve a visitor's connections to art.

AMoA Social Story - for those that need visual information prior to arrival.

Communication Cards - designed around the museum environment.

Headphones - available in the Atrium Interactive Gallery for those with sensitive hearing

Large Print Labels for our Permanent Collection - located on the third floor

If you are in need of specialized assistance, please contact the Operations Manager at 318-443-3458.

"Meet Me At The Museum"


“Meet Me at the Museum” is a program in which those suffering from the effects of Alzheimer's or dementia and their care givers will participate in art viewing and making. Engagement with art can allow for self-expression, intellectual stimulation, and social interaction for older adults, including individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia.

Our guided tours and art-making sessions are based on methods that have been proven to stimulate cognitive activity and increase socialization in those suffering the effects of Alzheimer’s and dementia.

For more information contact Cindy Blair at