My experience using Dear Evan Hansen audio description as a theatergoer with low vision.
Even though I have a vision impairment, I love going to visit art museums, and my visit to the Museum of Modern Art in New York City was no exception. My brother and I both spent hours looking at the gorgeous artwork, as he used […]
It’s easy to assume that in order to create any form of art, one must have perfect eyesight so they can paint rich landscapes like Claude Monet or draw sketches like Leonardo da Vinci. However, it’s surprising to learn that several of the most famous […]
As the only student identified with low vision in my school district, I was asked time and time again what I could see, and what I couldn’t see. This wasn’t always very easy to explain, but I remember one day my teacher of the visually […]
I have had my Amazon Echo Dot for over a year now (read my initial review of the Amazon Echo Dot here), and I am always surprised at how much that the Alexa voice assistant can do. Recently, I received a post request to talk […]
Over the years, I have had the opportunity to play several different types of clarinets in the concert band programs at my various schools. Besides learning more about playing clarinet, I was able to gain a deeper understanding of classical and instrumental music, as well […]
If someone went on your website or profile with their eyes closed, would they still be able to find their way around? As more and more people develop vision impairments, they turn to assistive technology in order to access content. By adding alt text and image […]
How to use common household objects and craft supplies to create tactile (3D) images, great for math and science classes.
Including students with vision impairment in art classes and art projects. Get ready for things to be inside and outside the lines simultaneously