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Disability History

ADA / Disability Awareness / Disability History / Disability Narratives

Case Study: “EveryBody” Online Exhibit by the Smithsonian, 2013

Case Studies / Disability History / Disability Narratives

Case Study: University of Leicester Work on Disability Representation, 2012-2014

Case Studies / Disability History

Case Study: Living in a Sensory World Exhibit Powerhouse Museum, 2008-2010.

Case Studies / D/deaf / Disability History

History Through Deaf Eyes

A seminal exhibition about Deaf history in America “We have been called deaf-mutes, mutes, objects of charity, deaf and dumb, semi-mutes, dummy, and now, hearing impaired. We have been described […]

Case Studies / Disability History / Disability Narratives

Case Study: Exhibit on Disability History “Out from Under: Disability, History and Things to Remember”

Case Studies / Disability History

Case Study: Talking about…Disability and Art at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Case Studies / Disability History / Disability Narratives

Case Study: Life Beyond the Label Exhibit at the Colchester Castle Museum

Case Studies / Disability History

Case Studies: Perception and Ability Student Exhibit

  Perception & Ability By Gabrielle Buzgo in Collaboration With Maryland Institute College of Art’s Curatorial Practice M.F.A.; Johns Hopkins University’s Evergreen Museum & Library, Baltimore Lab School Perception & Ability Exhibition Brochure An […]

Case Studies / Disability History / Disability Narratives

Case Study: Willard Asylum Suitcases by Jon Crispin

In 1995, the New York State Museum was moving items out of the Willard Psychiatric Center in Willard, NY which was being closed by the New York State Office of […]