EnChroma Color Accessibility Program

For museums, public and private organizations

EnChroma Color Accessibility Program

For museums, public
and private organizations

The EnChroma Color Accessibility Program enriches the visual experience of the color blind community in support of our mission of color for all.

Our Color Accessibility program enables EnChroma glasses to be purchased at special rates for museums, parks, libraries and schools so that visitors with color blindness can experience the true, colorful vibrancy of the venue. Learn more about EnChroma eyewear for color blindness.

EnChroma continues to advance its lens technology to improve accessibility for the color blind community. For more information or to participate, contact us at accessibility@enchroma.com.

The EnChroma Color Accessibility Program enriches the visual experience of the color blind community in support of our mission of color for all.

Our Color Accessibility program enables EnChroma glasses to be purchased at special rates for museums, parks, libraries and schools so that visitors with color blindness can experience the true, colorful vibrancy of the venue. Learn more about EnChroma eyewear for color blindness.

EnChroma continues to advance its lens technology to improve accessibility for the color blind community. For more information or to participate, contact us at accessibility@enchroma.com.

Featured Participants:

Featured Participants:

Color blind visitors view the modern art of MCA Denver in color with EnChroma glasses.

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.

Color blind visitors view the modern art of MCA Denver in color with EnChroma glasses.

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.

Featured Press:

Featured Press:

December 21, 2019

Museums, other institutions start stocking special glasses for those with colorblindness

Public spaces are packed with vivid color palettes, from the explosive shades of modern art to the covers of library books. But for people with colorblindness, the experience…

December 12, 2019

Colorblind Museum Visitors Can Now Use High-Tech Glasses to Experience Art as They Never Have Before

“To see them see the world anew, it’s not a commonplace experience to have,” said Abrams. “Everyone put their glasses on at the same time and there was silence...

May 3, 2019

At the O’Keeffe, glasses show...

Friday, as they examined O’Keeffe’s “Black Hollycock Blue Larkspur,” a 1930 painting of two flowers that hangs near the entrance of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, the only colors they could see on their own were black and blue...

December 10, 2019

Museum of Contemporary Art Denver debuts colorblind glasses, becoming 1st in the state to do so

Art can be difficult to experience for those who have trouble seeing color or who have some form of color blindness...

Full List of Our Program Participants:

Full List of Our 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
MCA Denver, Denver, CO
Centraal Museum, Utrecht, Netherlands
Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art

State Parks

Tennessee Department of Tourism (Viewers: 13 locations)

School Districts

Southland, Minnesota
Kalkaska, Michigan

Libraries

St. Johns Public County Library System (7 branches), St. Augustine, FL
Hancock Public Library, Greenfield, IN

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
MCA Denver, Denver, CO
Centraal Museum, Utrecht, Netherlands
Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art

State Parks

Tennessee Department of Tourism (Viewers: 13 locations)

School Districts

Southland, Minnesota
Kalkaska, Michigan

Libraries

St. Johns Public County Library System (7 branches), St. Augustine, FL
Hancock Public Library, Greenfield, IN

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

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.

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

How Your Organization Can Participate:

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.

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.

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