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Museum offering experiences for blind and visually impaired
A painting of a diner viewed from outside with large glass windows through which the clients can be seen at the eat-in counterBlind and visually impaired art lovers now have another chance to experience art. The Amon Carter Museum of American Art, in Fort Worth is hosting special days where people who cannot normally enjoy visual art will participate in a different style of viewing.


With verbal descriptions, copies of the paintings made with raised edges, and props to be felt by participants, the experience will help them to understand the paintings held in the museum. Read the article to learn more.


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Amon Carter Museum makes paintings accessible to visually impaired visitors


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