EnChroma Color Accessibility Program

EnChroma
Color Accessibility Program

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

Our lending program enables EnChroma color blind glasses to be made available to museums, parks, and schools so that visitors with color vision deficiency gain access to the true vibrancy of exhibits, attractions, and learning tools.

EnChroma continues to advance its lens technology with innovations that improve accessibility for the color blind community and beyond.

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

Our lending program enables EnChroma color blind glasses to be made available to museums, parks, and schools so that visitors with color vision deficiency gain access to the true vibrancy of exhibits, attractions, and learning tools.

EnChroma continues to advance its lens technology with innovations that improve accessibility for the color blind community and beyond.

Featured Participants:

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.
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.

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

State Parks

Tennessee Department of Tourism (Viewers: 13 locations)

School Districts

Southland, Minnesota
Roanoke, Virginia
Kalkaska, Michigan

Libraries

St. Augustine Public Libraries (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

State Parks

Tennessee Department of Tourism (Viewers: 13 locations)

School Districts

Southland, Minnesota
Roanoke, Virginia
Kalkaska, Michigan

Libraries

St. Augustine Public Libraries (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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