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Art Beyond Sight Collaborative

Coordinated by Art Education for the Blind, Inc., Art Beyond Sight Collaborative is dedicated to making the visual arts play a vital role in the lives of people who are blind and visually impaired. The Collaborative includes:

Internationally, the Art Beyond Sight Collaborative provides a forum for ongoing interdisciplinary dialogues among researchers and practitioners who share expertise and materials. On the local level, the collaborative assists museum professionals and educators, parents, artists, and art lovers to create vehicles for lasting change in their communities.

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How & Why to Join

Why should you join the Art Beyond Sight Collaborative?
For Institutions: How to Join
For Individuals: How to Join

Why should you join the Art Beyond Sight Collaborative?

Collaborative projects offer many benefits to institutions and individuals.

Benefits for Collaborating Institutions:

Benefits for Individuals (blind and visually impaired adults, children and their families, educators, artists):

For Institutions: How to Join

Please contact us about becoming an Art Beyond Sight Collaborative partner. We welcome any and all institutions that support the mission of creating greater accessibility and diversity at cultural institutions. We add the names of new partners to the list of partners semiannually.

For Individuals: How to Join

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