EnChroma Color Accessibility Program

EnChroma leads in advocating for “color accessibility” through our EnChroma Color Accessibility Program. The program helps public venues like schools, state parks, libraries, museums and other organizations, purchase EnChroma glasses at discounted rates to loan to color blind students and guests to help make schoolwork that involves color, colorful exhibits, attractions and/or experiences accessible to the color blind.

The program enables schools to better support the needs of color blind students and helps organizations -- from world-renowned art museums and state parks to libraries and smaller venues -- further their goals for inclusion and accessibility for all. email accessibility@enchroma.com to learn how to participate.

Scenic Viewers for the color blind: Want to add a new scenic viewer specially adapted for those who are color blind or retrofit your current viewer for color blindness to enhance accessibility? Find out more.


EnChroma Color Accessibility Program Participants:

Museums

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe, NM
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO
Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Crystal Bridges Art Museum, Bentonville, AR
Rhode Island School of Design , Providence, RI
Flint Institute of Art, Flint, MI
The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, CO
Centraal Museum Utrecht, The Netherlands
P-Galleria, Pori, Finland
Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York, NY
Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, St. Joseph, MO
National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, WY
Cantigny Park, Wheaton, IL
Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, MO

State Parks

Tennessee Department of Tourism (Viewers: 13 locations)
J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Sanibel Island, FL (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)
City of Sandy, OR (near Mt. Hood)
Amicalola Falls State Park, Dawsonville, GA

School Districts

Southland, MN
Roanoke, VA
Kalkaska, MI
Rio Rancho, NM
New London, WI
Cottonwood, MN
Cleveland, TN
San Gabriel, CA
Marquette, MI

Libraries

St. Augustine Public Libraries (7 branches), St. Augustine, FL
Johnson County Public Library (JCPL), Johnson County, IN
Berks County Public Libraries (23 branches), Berks, PA
San Juan Islands Library, WA


Featured Participants:

Visitors to the museum experience the artist’s work in its colorful glory.


Watch visitors experience EnChroma at Chabot Space & Science Center’s “Science of Color Night.”


EnChroma glasses enrich the experience of viewing the natural science art pieces and exhibits.


Latest Press:

Spectrum News 1 - April 26, 2021
Colorblind Wisconsin students seeing a whole new world
Read More

WBAY First Alert - January 29, 2021
Glasses for color blindness donated to New London School District
Read More

With the EnChroma glasses, we can share O’Keeffe’s hope to convey ‘the wideness and wonder of the world’ with everyone.

- Katrina Stacy, Curator of Education and Interpretation at the O’Keeffe

Mariposa Lilies and Indian Paintbrush, 1941. ©Georgia O'Keeffe Museum.

How Your Organization Can Participate:

We look forward to collaborating with more organizations in the future to expand our mission of color accessibility for all. For more information on the EnChroma Color Accessibility Program and to learn more about how your organization can participate, contact us at accessibility@enchroma.com.

Explore Color.

Explore EnChroma.

EnChroma

Accessibility Program

EnChroma leads in advocating for “color accessibility” through our EnChroma Color Accessibility Program. The program helps public venues like schools, state parks, libraries, museums and other organizations, purchase EnChroma glasses at discounted rates to loan to color blind students and guests to help make schoolwork that involves color, colorful exhibits, attractions and/or experiences accessible to the color blind.

The program enables schools to better support the needs of color blind students and helps organizations -- from world-renowned art museums and state parks to libraries and smaller venues -- further their goals for inclusion and accessibility for all. email accessibility@enchroma.com to learn how to participate.

Scenic Viewers for the color blind: Want to add a new scenic viewer specially adapted for those who are color blind or retrofit your current viewer for color blindness to enhance accessibility? Find out more.


EnChroma

Color Accessibility

Program Participants

Museums

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe, NM
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO
Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Crystal Bridges Art Museum, Bentonville, AR
Rhode Island School of Design , Providence, RI
Flint Institute of Art, Flint, MI
The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, CO
Centraal Museum Utrecht, The Netherlands
P-Galleria, Pori, Finland
Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York, NY
Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, St. Joseph, MO
National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, WY
Cantigny Park, Wheaton, IL
Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, OK
Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, MO

State Parks

Tennessee Department of Tourism (Viewers: 13 locations)
J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Sanibel Island, FL (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)
City of Sandy, OR (near Mt. Hood)
Amicalola Falls State Park, Dawsonville, GA

School Districts

Southland, MN
Roanoke, VA
Kalkaska, MI
Rio Rancho, NM
New London, WI
Cottonwood, MN
Cleveland, TN
San Gabriel, CA
Marquette, MI

Libraries

St. Augustine Public Libraries (7 branches), St. Augustine, FL
Johnson County Public Library (JCPL), Johnson County, IN
Berks County Public Libraries (23 branches), Berks, PA
San Juan Islands Library, WA


Featured Participants:

Visitors to the museum experience the artist’s work in its colorful glory.


Watch visitors experience EnChroma at Chabot Space & Science Center’s “Science of Color Night.”


EnChroma glasses enrich the experience of viewing the natural science art pieces and exhibits.


Latest Press

Spectrum News 1 - April 26, 2021
Colorblind Wisconsin students seeing a whole new world
Read More

WBAY First Alert - January 29, 2021
Glasses for color blindness donated to New London School District
Read More

With the EnChroma glasses, we can share O’Keeffe’s hope to convey ‘the wideness and wonder of the world’ with everyone.

- Katrina Stacy, Curator of Education and
Interpretation at the O’Keeffe

Mariposa Lilies and Indian Paintbrush, 1941. ©Georgia O'Keeffe Museum.

How Your Organization

Can Participate:

We look forward to collaborating with more organizations in the future to expand our mission of color accessibility for all. For more information on the EnChroma Color Accessibility Program and to learn more about how your organization can participate, contact us at accessibility@enchroma.com.

Explore Color.

Explore EnChroma.