Mind’s Eye Programs at the Guggenheim

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I learned something new today about the Guggenheim’s programming at the museum: they have a program called “Mind’s Eye,” which provides tours and workshops for visitors who are blind or have low vision. The Mind’s Eye programs are led by arts and education professionals who utilize verbal descriptions, conversations, sensory experiences, and creative practices in order to bring the visual arts to that particular audience.

arts programming for visually impaired at the Guggenheim
Photo by Filip Wolak

This image above shows a Mind’s Eye tour for a 2015 exhibition of Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian: Infinite Possibility. Mirror Works and Drawings, 1974–2014. For more information on the Mind’s Eye program, check out the dedicated page on the Guggenheim website here.

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