Virtual gallery visits + interactive music-making sessions

Part virtual museum visit, part music therapy session, Senior Wellness video collections are an innovative resource for seniors. Visit some of MIM’s most popular exhibits with museum curators, and have fun moving and making music through activities specially created for these videos by the Arizona State University Music Therapy program!

Developed in Collaboration with Arizona State University’s Music Therapy Program

Supported by the Rusty & Mary Jane Poepl Foundation, John & Joan D’Addario Foundation, The Moca Fund, and Arizona Commission on the Arts

This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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Programs & Pricing

Senior Wellness Collection

Best for active seniors at home or in assisted living
5 tour videos
10 music therapy sessions
70+ minutes of content

Unlimited Streaming!
$5 per video; $20 for collection

Memory Care Collection

Best for seniors with memory loss
5 tour videos
10 music therapy sessions
70+ minutes of content

Unlimited Streaming!
$5 per video; $20 for collection

Community and group rates are available.

To request group access, contact MIM’s Group Sales Specialist at 480.478.6031 or

Designed to meet therapeutic goals for seniors

Research shows that music therapy can lower stress and improve quality of life. While having fun playing instruments, singing, or dancing, seniors can also maintain a variety of skills. Making music together helps build community.

Attention and memory

Movement in sequence

Self-expression and social connection

“Many people take refuge in music because it provides a way to connect with others, foster emotional health, and positively impact their lives. Over the last several decades, medical researchers have investigated these positive effects and have found that recreational music making promotes well-being in people of all ages.”

—Dr. Katherine Palmer, MIM curator of education

“During the pandemic we have had moments of isolation, changes in our daily routines, and a loss of experiencing the arts. . . . Our program is unique because it is all virtual and comprised of community partners serving aging facilities during a time when older adult residents can’t always travel to a museum.”

—Dr. Melita Belgrave, ASU Music Therapy program director


Contact MIM’s Education Team at