Arts education

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A boy feels a tactile piece of art while his teacher looks on.
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What inclusive, accessible arts education looks like

A boy carefully pulling a wooden Jenga block from a stack of other blocks
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Tactile activities for children with combined vision and hearing loss

A collage art piece depicts a star made of scraps of colorful paper
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Welcome to Perkins’ first ever virtual art show!

On a Zoom splitscreen, a man plays guitar, another claps and a young girl smiles.
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Learning in harmony

A young Perkins student sits at a festive table and works on a holiday craft.
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5 super fun tactile holiday craft ideas

At Perkins School for the Blind, students bring their unique perspective and youthful enthusiasm to every work of art, like this painting of spring flowers bursting with bright colors. Using all their available senses, and working in a multitude of mediums, students have captured the joyful spirit of flowers in paintings, collages and quilts.
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7 amazing works of art reveal how kids who are blind ‘see’ flowers

Microphone in a studio
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Audio description calendar