Programming A-Z
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Step-by-step through the entire process
Accessibility Tools Training
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Make your programs and facilities accessible
for Educators and Museums
Disability Awareness Training
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Teach staff about disability and inclusion
Human Resources
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Employment at Museums and in the Arts


Our handbook takes you through the process of creating accessible programming for people with visual impairments.

You can apply these ideas to programs for people with a broad range of abilities to create as inclusive an environment as possible.

Art Beyond Sight gratefully acknowledges the vital support of the Verizon Foundation and the St. Paul Travelers Foundation for making possible the development of this Web site.

Art Beyond Sight is indebted to The Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation for taking a risk and sponsoring ABS's pioneering research. It's unwavering support allowed us to document our research, to develop our educational materials, and to make them universally available through the Internet.


Are you interested in reviewing these materials? This project is in development and being reviewed and evaluated by Art Beyond Sight Collaborators. If you would like to be one of the reviewers, please e-mail us at ArtBeyondSight@aol.com, subject line: Handbook Review
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