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Hear firsthand what tactile imagery means to the blind and visually impaired.
A museologist and accessibility advocate, Joseph Wapner, talks about the importance of being able to connect to visual culture.
Katelyn & Carole MacIntyre
Attendees at the AAM Conference explain what they think about tactile exhibits as a learning tool for the blind and visually impaired.
Manitoba Human Rights Chair, Yvonne Peters, shares her emotional reaction to experiencing tactile art.
Foundation Relations Lead at the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Tracy Garbutt, tells us how it feels to experience art like everyone else.
Former President of the National Association of Blind Students, Kathryn Webster, talks about the uniqueness and authenticity of the tactile experience.
Mark Riccobono, President of the National Federation of the Blind, discusses the tremendous impact of Tactile Images, its patented technology, mission, and more.
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