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1811 Experiencing Art Non-Visually (Mar. 14, 2018)

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Show Notes

Note: See the last heading on this page if you would like to hear some audio examples of the Denver Art Museum's verbal description tours.

The main web site for the Denver Art Museum is:

If you have questions about the accessibility programs at the Denver Art Museum you can send an e-mail to:

You can also connect with the Denver Art Museum using the following:
Instagram: @DenverArtMuseum
Facebook: @DenverArtMuseum
Twitter: @DenverArtMuseum

If you have questions for Ann Cunningham you can send an e-mail to:

Ann Cunningham also has a web site at:
You can also find out more about her books and tactile drawings or place an order at:
To receive her monthly newsletter, send Ann an e-mail asking to receive her blog posts.

The main web site for the Colorado Center for the Blind (where Ann Cunningham teaches art) is:

The Art Education for the Blind organization can be found at:

Click on the link below to find a summary of a prior episode of Eyes On Success in which we talked about accessible art museums:
Show #1140: Accessibility of Art Museums (Oct. 5, 2011)

An example of the Denver Art Museum's verbal description tour

After this episode had been produced, we received a note from Danielle Schulz, Adult and Access Programs Coordinator at the museum, with a sample of one of their verbal description tours. Below is her note along with links to the audio:

As promised, I wanted to pass along a link and some files related to our verbal description tour for the Stampede: Animals in Art special exhibition. You can find a web app version of the tour at:

I’ve attached an example tour stop—the Colima Dog from the Adorned section of the tour which is separated into four different sections, with the view that people can pick and choose what information they want to hear, or can simply skip forward if they are not interested in listing more to this tour stop. Our goal for this was to provide a choice-based experience. Obviously, there are still many kinks that we need to work out, but I would welcome your feedback! Feedback can be sent to

Click on the links below to hear various parts of the verbal description tour: