On Thursday, 10 October we enjoyed the opening evening of our Human/Nature art show. Approximately 150 people attended and were treated to live music, belly dancing, poetry readings, food, and of course, many many wonderful works of art. Here are some photos from the opening event.
This annual event is made so that people who struggle to see can experience art in their way, by touching it. Often we are told we aren’t allowed to touch art, but this flips the script and it is a very interesting experience.
Visually Impaired Preschool Services, also known as VIPS, is once again making sure everyone can experience an art gallery with the ReVision Art Exhibition.
reVISION is a unique and interactive exhibition of works by regional Indiana artists who were challenged to explore the world of art through the eyes of the visually impaired. reVISION will transform the traditional gallery presentation into a tactile, auditory, olfactory and spatial experience that welcomes everyone, blind and sighted alike.
The Visually Impaired Preschool Services (VIPS) to hold its fourth tactile art exhibition in Indianapolis starting Friday, March 8.
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