[Greater-Baltimore] opportunity to support tactile art exhibit

Cheryl Fogle-Hatch c.k.fogle at gmail.com
Sun Apr 7 17:26:31 UTC 2019

Hello everyone,

I am excited to share an opportunity to support a multi-sensory art
exhibit to be held in Baltimore this summer featuring tactile art from
Marguerite Woods, and other talented artists.  The curators launched a
campaign to compensate artists for their supplies and to transport art
to the gallery.

Project Description: "Support artists! Help fund Ways of Seeing an
exhibition co-curated by Anil Lewis and Sarah McCann, that invited
artists to submit work that can be “seen”
through all five senses. Artists and curators will explore the many
meanings of the word “seeing” that go beyond perceiving with the eyes.
The exhibition,
accessible to all audiences, features 10 artists who are both blind
and sighted providing an opportunity for an immersive art experience.
Through programming,
dialogue will be generated about the different experiences of the work
on display."

Donation Instructions:  I have reviewed the accessibility of this site
using Safari and Voiceover in iOS 12 (iPhone) and Jaws 2019 with the
chrome browser (Windows 10).

The direct link to the kickstarter campaign is:


At the top of the page, there is a video.  Although some of the
buttons are not labelled, it can be played.  Below that is a masthead
that contains an important link labelled "back this project".  Further
down the page, is more information about the project including artist
bios and pictures of their work.

Activating the "back this project" link leads to a page titled
"support this project".  Here you can check the box that corresponds
to the level at which you wish to donate.  Note that you can give as
little as $1.00, but larger donation amounts are available.  Then hit
the button labelled "continue".

The next page is the payment form where you can enter your credit card
details.  All form fields are labelled.  The card will only be charged
if the project goal is met by April 27.
Thank you for your support.

Cheryl Fogle-Hatch, Ph.D.
Archaeologist and Museum Professional
(443) 939-8217
c.k.fogle at gmail.com

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