[Colorado-talk] Summer Tactile Arts Info from Melissa Fishburn

James Beal via Colorado-talk colorado-talk at nfbnet.org
Mon Jun 2 19:32:35 UTC 2014

 Interesting except you told everything except where these displays take place. Are they at the Denver Art Museum? What is the address? Do people need to make an apoointment to partiticpat? How much does it cost to participate? Please send out another email with this information. Thank you..

James Beal
bealcorgi at aol.com

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Subject: [Colorado-talk] Summer Tactile Arts Info from Melissa Fishburn

Tactile Art Summer 2014 
Get hands-on with art at our docent facilitated tactile tables! This 
drop-in, family friendly program is designed for visitors who desire a 
tactile experience with our art objects, including those who are blind 
or have visual impairments.  Our next two rounds of tactile tables 
will be on: 
	Friday June 6 and Sunday June 8, 10am-1pm- North Level 7 
Friday Aug.1 and Sunday Aug.3, 10am-1pm- North Level 6 
Touch our permanently installed tactile interpretive featuring 
Pre-Colombian Costa Rican artifacts. This table is for independent use 
by visitors and includes information in Braille, large print, and 
Spanish with each object. The table is installed on the 4th floor of 
the North building and is included in general admission. 
Explore the sculpture studio! Every day the museum is open, visitors 
can explore the creative process behind assorted techniques and 
mediums in the sculpture studio.  Level 1, Hamilton building. 
Get creative with Create-N-Take programs, weekdays June 3rd-August 
22nd.  Molds in Motion will help you discover the process of bronze 
casting and make your very own horse mold to take home and use again 
and again.  Level 7, North Building. 
Visit our Thread Studio on Level 6 of the North Building.  Learn from 
a 3D interpretation of the process of creating silk.  Other areas to 
explore include:  El Antsui art making- Level 4 Hamilton, Postcard 
Studio- Level 2 Hamilton, Precourt Family Space- Level 2 Hamilton, 
Just for Fun Center- Level 2 Hamilton and Bead Studio- Level 2 North. 
For further information, please visit the calendar on our Access 
Programs page at: 
If you need assistance with tickets, contact Sally McCance in advance 
of your visit at (720) 913-0074 or access at denverartmuseum.org 
Dan Burke 
My Cell:  406.546.8546 
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