Program for Visitors Who Are Deaf

Gallery Talk in ASL—Rodin and Realism

Discover how and why sculptor Auguste Rodin rejected the neoclassical sculptural tradition and incorporated realistic elements in his works.

In American Sign Language, with voice interpretation

In American Sign Language, with voice interpretation. Programs with Sign Language are intended primarily for the Deaf community. ASL students may attend, but no attendance sheets will be signed.

Assistive listening devices are available.Assistive listening devices are available.

Free with Museum admission

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Programs for Visitors with Learning and Developmental Disabilities

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Contact Us

The Museum welcomes comments and suggestions about how we might continue to improve our programs for visitors with disabilities. Please call 212-650-2010, email us, or write to us at:

Access and Community Programs
Education Department
Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10028-0198