[Art_beyond_sight_educators] [accessibleimage] Re: VS: Calendar entries for Art Beyond Sight Awareness Month October 2011
Lisa.Yayla at statped.no
Thu Jun 30 09:17:56 UTC 2011
Forwarding from Steve Landau, Touch Graphics.
Here's the latest from Touch Graphics!
Hope you are having a nice summer.
On Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 9:45 AM, Lisa Yayla <Lisa.Yayla at statped.no<mailto:Lisa.Yayla at statped.no>> wrote:
Fra: Marie [mailto:aeb at artbeyondsight.org<mailto:aeb at artbeyondsight.org>]
Sendt: 27. juni 2011 19:02
Emne: Calendar entries for Art Beyond Sight Awareness Month October 2011
Dear 2011 participants,
Never too early to plan for Fall and, hopefully, for the Art Beyond Sight Awareness Month. Some of you have been sending me some entries for our online calendar
If you happen to have programs already scheduled, please share them with us so that we can add them as soon as possible.
What we need: the date, time and location, program title, a few lines on what it is and, please do not forget, contact information: contact name, email, and/or phone number. If you'd like the entry to include a link to your Website, please be sure to include it, too. See example below.
Good news: As you know, Awareness Month has not stopped growing since its inception, and we hope to keep it that way in the future, so help us spread the word on yours programs. We will have weekly Alerts (newsletters) during the month of October and would like to feature innovative past and present programs in them, so please send me information on successful Awareness Month program(s) along with any articles/press coverage on them and, if available a few photos and feedback from the programs' participants.
We would like to help you as much as we can to publicize your programs and draw more visitors, so let us know what's going on.
If you have any question please call 212-334-8723<tel:212-334-8723> or email aeb at artbeyondsight.org<mailto:aeb at artbeyondsight.org>
The Jewish Museum, New York City offers a Tea Time Tour of the special exhibition, "South African Photographs: David Goldblatt<http://www.thejewishmuseum.org/exhibitions/goldblatt>" at 2:00 p.m. Immediately following the tour, visitors are invited to participate in an interactive activity based on the exhibition and a light reception with museum staff. The Jewish Museum also offers touch tours and tactile books based on its permanent collection, "Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey<http://www.thejewishmuseum.org/exhibitions/CultureAndContinuity>," and large print binders for all exhibitions. A public verbal imaging tour is offered monthly, and private verbal imaging and touch tours are available by appointment. Service animals are welcome. Please note that all Access tours and programs are free of charge, but require advance registration. Contact the Scheduling and Access Coordinator at (212) 423-3225<tel:%28212%29%20423-3225>, TTY (212) 660-1515<tel:%28212%29%20660-1515> or email access at thejm.org<mailto:access at thejm.org>. Space is limited.
The Eye Care Center at Southern California College of California, Fullerton, opens its Sixth Annual "Shared Visions 2010-2011 International Art Exhibit" with a 7 to 9 p.m. reception. The exhibit features 90 works by blind artists; it will be on display at the Eye Care Center through mid-August, 2011. Local Southern California artists are featured, as are artists from across the United States, and from India, Israel and Canada. For details contact Arlene Kaye at (714) 992-7865<tel:%28714%29%20992-7865> or akaye at scco.edu<mailto:akaye at scco.edu>, or visit www.sccoeyecare.edu<http://www.sccoeyecare.edu/>/News and Events/ Shared Visions.
Art Beyond Sight
589 Broadway, 3rd fl.
New York, NY 10012
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