The Color of Blind exhibit at the San Antonio Public Library

Color of Blind Exhibit Image
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. During the month of August, the San Antonio Public Library’s Central Branch gallery will host a “best in show” exhibit of some of Color of Blind’s fan favorite pieces. “Everyone should be able to fully experience art. We say ‘Yes- please touch the art!’” The Color of Blind will be free and open to the public during Central Library hours of operation.

The Color of Blind Exhibit
Dates: August 7, 2016 – August 26, 2016
Times: Mondays through Thursdays 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Fridays and Saturdays 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sundays 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Location: San Antonio Public Library, Central Branch, 600 Soledad St, San Antonio, Texas 78205
For more information visit: or call 210-207-2500

San Antonio Public Library’s Children’s Low Vision Reading Room

Children's Low Vision Reading Room Sign

The main wall of the San Antonio Public Library’s Children’s Low Vision Reading Room has a sign which spells “Hello” in Braille above the word written in Latin letters below. Beneath this is the phrase “Feel the alphabet” in Latin letters only. Under this is the alphabet in Latin letters with their Braille equivalent

The Children’s Low Vision Reading Room is located on the third floor of the Central Branch of the San Antonio Public Library (map) in the Children’s Department. Funded by the Semmes Foundation, which was formed for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes, the Reading Room houses the library’s collection of children’s Braille books and kits with a book and audio combination. Children can use the equipment in the room to enjoy the audio materials available at the library. Materials from the room can also be mailed to qualifying participants of Free Matter for the Blind and the library’s own Books by Mail service. Currently, the room also houses a temporary touchable art exhibit.

For more information, go to or call (210) 207-2500