Art-Reach programs operate in three ways: large scale collaborations, cultural programming for human service agencies, and learning and education initiatives.

ACCESS by Art-Reach

ACCESS by Art-Reach provides $2 admission to over 80 museums, theaters, gardens, and cultural sites throughout Greater Philadelphia and Delaware for individuals who have a qualifying state-issued ACCESS/EBT card, or for people with disabilities who purchase an Art-Reach ACCESS Card.
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Member Organizations

Human service agencies that serve the disability or low-income communities are eligible to register for a membership with Art-Reach to receive discounted group admission to select local arts organizations.

Community Learning

Art-Reach offers digital content exploring disability, human services, the cultural arts, and more that are 100% open for everyone to enjoy. The Art-Reach team shares their experience within the sector and with community members, arts partners, and more to talk about the work we do.
a person in a wheelchair being handed a microphone to speak to a group
Asian indian male in wheelchair smiles while typing on a laptop and wearing headphone

Professional Development

Take part in our three-day annual international conference connecting thought leaders, people with disabilities, and cultural professionals for in-depth learning. And for an even deeper dive into accessibility work within arts and culture, join our yearlong cohort.


Art-Reach provides academic-based and human-centered trainings and program assessment. Art-Reach works directly within the community of systemically excluded individuals and with cultural organizations to build new sustainable approaches to equitable arts engagement.
An art-reach staff member in a wheelchair provides training to a group of young adults in an art studio
a person with an umbrella leading a blind person with a mobility cane across a small outdoor ramp in the rain

Strategic Accessibility Planning

Get a comprehensive audit of your organization’s accessibility with a focus on community feedback and lived experience. You’re invited to take part in our three-part consulting process.


STAMP (Students at Museums in Philadelphia) empowers Philadelphia high school students to visit local museums for free with their student ID.
stamp (students at museums in Philly), Virginia & Harvey Kimmel Family Fund

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