Museums and cultural institutions have the opportunity to introduce exhibitions that increase diversity, broaden perspectives, and address perceptions of disability.

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Traveling exhibitions provide many benefits to the blind and disabled by delivering meaningful visual information. They function as valuable teaching resources that foster skills development, accelerates a student’s ability to grasp complex ideas and concepts, and enhances orientation and spatial understanding.

The Battle of Hue

Learn more about the bloodiest battle of the Tet Offensive. A symbol of strength and resistance, many historians agree that ‘The Battle of Hue’ (pronounced Hway) was the turning point for U.S.

 

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Kurt Weston: Hearts of a Silent Age

Experience the photographs of well-known photographer Kurt Weston. As an artist with AIDS, much of his work is about the realization of loss and death.

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George Washington: Founding Father

Learn about our nation’s most important and famous founding father, as well as the defining moments in our pursuit for independence and the establishment of a new nation.

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Leonardo da Vinci: Masterworks

Artist. Cosmologist. Engineer. Anatomist. Leonardo da Vinci was all of these and more. Experience the work of one of the most well-known figures of the Italian High Renaissance and one of the most brilliant and talented individuals to have ever lived.

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Vincent van Gogh: Masterworks

Explore the surfaces of van Gogh’s paintings on a profoundly intimate level and gain a greater understanding of his paintings’ lyrical and poetic qualities while hearing the stories that helped inform and shape their creation.

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