The Atlantic Reviews Museum Efforts to Include Blind Visitors in Programming

June 11th, 2016

Colombia ExhibitionThe Atlantic reports on the continued efforts of museums to make their collections more accessible to the blind and those with low vision, including Louvre galleries of replica sculptures for visitors to touch, or the Met’s “Multisensory Met” project.  “We see through our brains, not our eyes,” art historian and museum educator Georgia Krantz says. “The eye is just one of the channels through which sensory information is passed to the brain for processing.”

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