How to Celebrate At Recreational Facilities

Art Beyond Sight Awareness Month @Recreational Facilities

The Art Beyond Sight Collaborative recognizes that art education and exposure to the arts are crucial for advancement of many key issues in the education and rehabilitation of people who are blind. Art can serve as a tool in overcoming many of the daily living issues faced by people who are blind, too.

The fact that you've gotten to this page means that you're interested - now that you're here, we're sure you'll find an exiting way to celebrate Awareness Month at your institution. Just look through the options:

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See our resources page for materials to use in putting together an art show, such as a call for entries and an announcement template.

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