Opening Reception on Thursday, June 2, 4–5 p.m.
Come with friends and family to see the show and meet the artists! The reception is free and open to all. Refreshments will be served. Please note that MAM requires proof of vaccination, and face masks are optional, but recommended. Click Here to View Our Updated COVID-19 Protocol
Radiant Visions is the first annual exhibition celebrating the creative achievements of students who are studying studio art in MAM's Access Program. The artwork on display here reflects the range of media and subject matter explored through student-directed, one-on-one instruction. For some students, the Access Program is their first experience creating art in a supported setting while others are building upon existing skills and interests or exploring a new medium.
The Access Program is available to students of all ages and abilities. MAM’s teaching artists shape each class curriculum around the unique goals and interests of the student to further develop their artistic skills and creative voice. The class schedule is flexible and new students are accepted throughout the year. Complete information about private instruction can be found at montclairartmuseum.org/access.
All Accessibility Programs at MAM are supported in part by the McMullen Family Foundation and the Accessibility Program Supporters.
MAM is an approved Goods and Services provider through the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD).
Image description: painting by Amanda Leffler titled Radiant Rainforest includes birds, flowers, a tiger and a bear depicted in bright colors.
Image: Amanda Leffler, Radiant Rainforest, 2021, acrylic and graphite on paper.