Touch Me by Stanley Kunitz Interpreted for Inclusion
|As an artist and designer who has a dad who has a visual impairment I thoroughly questioned art and design's role in accessibly. Past experiences showed that people with visual impairments tend not to go to galleries, museums, or film screenings and if they do they need a guide. I wondered how we can bridge the gap and create experiences where people with visual impairements and people who are sighted can both engage in an artistic spaces.
|First Reader Warren Lehrer
|Semester Spring 2020
|Touch Me by Stanley Kunitz Interpreted for Inclusion
|Purchase College SUNY
|Bachelor of Arts
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