Sensory Friendly Autism Acceptance Disco

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Sensory Friendly Autism Acceptance Disco
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Sensory Friendly Autism Acceptance Disco says
The Andy Warhol Museum is proud to present a sensory-friendly celebration as part of autism awareness and acceptance month. Join us at the museum for a silent disco experience designed specifically for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and those with sensory sensitivities. DJ Naeem spins a live set of dance classics and accepts musical requests. Rather than playing loud music through speakers, wireless headphones allow attendees to opt in or out of the soundtrack and control their own volume levels.

The museum’s underground studio The Factory is transformed into an enclosed sensory room for the evening, and quiet areas are provided. Guests are encouraged to wear comfortable, festive attire and to take portraits in the museum’s photobooth. Light refreshments are provided, and a cash bar is available.

This event is open to teens and their families from 6–8 p.m., and it is 21+ after 8 p.m.

Free parking is available in The Warhol lot.

This event is co-presented with Autism Connection of PA and the Pittsburgh Center for Autistic Advocacy.

Tickets general $15 / student, member, senior $10 / Access/EBT card holder $5
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By: The Andy Warhol Museum

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