In the changing world of museums, accessibility is just one ball you have to juggle. Let us help you prioritise based on our offerings and your needs.
Knowing how an exhibit is laid out gives vision-impaired patrons a deeper sense of the thought you put into crafting your permanent and traveling programs. Museum maps can be incorporated into other braille exhibit information to enrich a visitor’s museum experience;
Many people have smart phones and computers, but there’s usually a display of rack cards, brochures and posters for those passing through your doors. Consider making that information available in braille. It says We are a welcoming, inclusive space better than many a PR campaign;
There are many ways to access exhibit information, and we can help you problem-solve booklets or braille panels, so that vision-impaired visitors can read along with their fully-sighted friends or family members.
Tactile Versions of Visual Art
It is not always possible to touch art, let alone specimens of wallpaper or elaborate tapestries, so why not have a selection of paper copies with tactile images and braille labels for your patrons to examine close up? It will avoid damage to valuable pieces whilst giving visitors with a vision impairment and everyone else, too, an immediate, multi-sensory discovery point to the show;
Please contact our team with any questions at (226) 221-8849