Jace Clayton: They Are Part
Field Studio Photography
Engage with three multisensory experiences created by Jace Clayton that interweave memories, sound, and public spaces, to create what he describes as “those waves of magic that happen when the human spirit joins with technology.”
Jace Clayton creates multisensory experiences that explore the unexpected and conversational nature of music from around the world. Interested in how sounds have and define social meaning, Clayton pens musical compositions, creates new audio instruments, and constructs participatory installations. They Are Part brings together three of Clayton’s works that interweave memories, sound, and public spaces, to create what he describes as “those waves of magic that happen when the human spiritView more
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Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm
621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
MAAM is accessible to mobility devices and strollers. Two manual wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Gallery benches are situated throughout our space, portable lightweightView more
MAAM is accessible to mobility devices and strollers. Two manual wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Gallery benches are situated throughout our space, portable lightweight stools are also available. While our interior doors do not feature power assist, our museum attendants will be happy to assist you. We make large print versions of all exhibition texts available, please ask a museum attendant for more information. Childcare items, including strollers, diaper bags, and infant feeding supplies are welcome at MAAM. All restrooms are equipped with diaper-changing stations. Bottle and breastfeeding are permitted in all spaces. Service animals, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, are welcome.
We believe that art is for all to enjoy. Please contact us prior to your visit to discuss your accessibility needs at email@example.com or 617.879.7333.View less
COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details
The current public health landscape is reflecting that rates of COVID and influenza are improving. The CDC no longer classifies Massachusetts as high risk, and with these conditions, we are updating our mask policy as planned. - Common spaces (library, hallways) will be “masks encouraged” - Masks will still be required in classrooms, studios, and other areas indicated with signage. For any questions or accommodations please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-879-7333.