The Color of Blind exhibit at the San Antonio’s Plaza De Armas Gallery

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The Color of Blind is an interactive art show by Trina Geurra Bacon and Katherine Brown. First debuting in 2013, “The show allows visually impaired individuals, along with others with special sensory needs or challenges, to better connect with art,” explains Bacon. The exhibit showcases artwork designed especially to evoke smell, touch and taste. “Everyone should be able to fully experience art. We say ‘Yes- please touch the art!’” The Color of Blind is free and open to the public.

The Color of Blind Exhibit
Dates: April 17, 2017– April 20, 2017
Times: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Location: 115 Plaza De Armas San Antonio, TX 78205

For more information call: 210.206.ARTS or 210.206.8787

San Antonio Art Museum Multisensory Tours

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The San Antonio Art Museum (SAMA) provides a free multisensory tour of selected items from their collection on the first Saturday of every month at 10 a.m. The items on each tour are united by a theme. Using descriptive language, scents, touchable props, and music, the docents provide an experience of art that is truly accessible to all. Currently, SAMA offers seven different multisensory tours. Previous tours have included: Life, Death and the Afterlife; 19th and 20th century art in Europe and the Americas; Sculpture; and Asian Lands. Reservations are required for the tour. Call 210-978-8138 or email tours@samuseum.org.
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Multisensory Tours
Dates: First Saturday of each month
Time: 10 AM
Location: San Antonio Art Museum, 200 West Jones Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78215
For more information visit: www.samuseum.org or call (210) 978-8138