Museum Experience and Blindness DSQ Special Issue

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Museum Experience And Blindness, Introduction

Museum Experience and Blindness HTML
Nina Levent, Georgina Kleege, Joan Muyskens Pursley

Museum Experience And Blindness, Part 1: Best Practices

The Philosophical, Political and Religious Roots of Touch Exhibitions in 20th Century British Museums HTML
Simon Hayhoe
Sustainable Museum Access: A Two-way Street HTML
Nina Levent, Joan Muyskens Pursley
An Art History & Art Making Course for Blind Adults HTML
Street Thoma
Research on Methods of “Touching the World” ?The Aim of the Exhibit Area of Tactile Learning in Japan’s National Museum of Ethnology HTML
Kojiro Hirose
Museums: A Whole New World for Visually Impaired People HTML
Barry Ginley
Leveling the Participatory Field: the Mind’s Eye Program at the Guggenheim Museum HTML
Georgia Krantz
Emphasizing Observation in a Gallery Program for Blind and Low-Vision Visitors: Art Beyond Sight at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston HTML
Bridget O’Brien Hoyt

 Museum Experience And Blindness, Part 2: Curatorial Perspectives

Blind Photographers: Vision, Accessibility, and Empowerment in the Museum HTML
Douglas McCulloh
A New Model for Access in the Museum HTML
Carmen Papalia
Talking Blind: Disability, Access, and the Discursive Turn HTML
Amanda Cachia

 Museum Experience And Blindness, Part 3: Personal Accounts

An Inspirational, Fashionable Force: Judith Druck, My Grandmother HTML
Elisabeth Axel
Getting the Picture: My Experience with Described Art HTML
Craig Werner
Some Touching Thoughts and Wishful Thinking HTML
Georgina Kleege
Hearing Architecture: A Review of Bill Fontana’s “Sonic Shadows” HTML
Chris Downey
Notes from the Low Vision Gallery HTML
Stephen Kuusisto
From the Mind’s Eye: Museum and Art Gallery Appreciation for the Blind — Canadian Perspectives HTML
Ruth Bieber, John Rae
A Docent’s Perspective: From Tour Guide to Advisor HTML
Donnelly Wilburn
Shared Visions: Reflections of a Blind Docent HTML
Judith Kahn Schmeidler
Mission and Low Vision: A Visually Impaired Museologist’s Perspective on Inclusivity HTML
Joseph Wapner
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