Art Beyond Sight
Axel, the founder/director of Art Education for the Blind, first experimented with art opportunities for the blind in 1987 at a New York museum. This unique guide includes the personal perspectives of visually impaired artists, art lovers, parents, and educators; essays on research and practice; reproducible learning tools and guidelines; and a list of museums, advocacy groups, and agencies in the US and elsewhere working to improve the accessibility of art. Annotation (c) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
a resource guide to art, creativity, and visual impairment
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