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Selections from Art Education for the Blind's Telephone Conferences held annually during Art Beyond Sight Awareness Month.

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Art & Creativity to Engage Children with Disabilities

Art & Creativity to Engage Children with Various DisabilitiesA discussion moderated by Pearl Rosen Golden, Artist, Educator, and Arts Disabilities Consultant, with panelists Angelica Pinna-Perez, Art Beyond Sight/Art Education for the Blind, Carol Kreiser, The Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children, Donnielle Rome, Queens Museum of Art.A one-hour recording from Art Education for the Blind's free, annual Telephone Conference, October 18, 2010.http://www.artbeyondsight.org/change/aw-crashcourse.shtml

56 MIN2010 NOV 16
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Art & Creativity to Engage Children with Disabilities

Re-Imagining Family Programs in Museums

Re-Imagining Family Programs in MuseumsA discussion moderated by Kirsten Schroeder, Museum of Modern Art, NY with panelistsSusan Dodge-Peters Daiss, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY,Deborah Jaffe, Metropolitan Museum of Art, AmandaBlake, Dallas Museum of Art.A one-hour recording from Art Education for the Blind's free, annual Telephone Conference, October 18, 2010.http://www.artbeyondsight.org/change/aw-crashcourse.shtml

53 MIN2010 NOV 16
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Re-Imagining Family Programs in Museums

Out of the Ordinary: Artists with Disabilities

Out of the Ordinary: Artists with Disabilities Claiming a Place in the Mainstream Art WorldA discussion moderated by Douglas McCulloh, Curator and Artist with panelist/artists Bruce Hall, Alice Wingwall, Pete Eckert.A one-hour recording from Art Education for the Blind's free, annual Telephone Conference, October 18, 2010.http://www.artbeyondsight.org/change/aw-crashcourse.shtml

60 MIN2010 NOV 16
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Out of the Ordinary: Artists with Disabilities

Diversity and Inclusiveness at Museums

Diversity and Inclusiveness at Museums: Museums Reflecting Their CommunitiesA discussion moderated by Independent Curator David Ross with Connie Wolf (Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco), Aaron Betsky (Cincinnati Museum of Art), Tom Finkelrpearl (Queens Museum of Art, NY), Maxwell Anderson (Indianapolis Museum of Art). A one-hour recording from Art Education for the Blind's free, annual Telephone Conference, October 19, 2009.http://www.artbeyondsight.org/change/aw-crashcourse.shtml

60 MIN2010 OCT 24
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Diversity and Inclusiveness at Museums

Artist Talk

Artist TalkAuthor and creative writing professor Georgina Kleege moderates a discussion about creativity, identity, and disability with artists Busser Howell, Nitza Horner, Gina A. Badenoch, and Ann Cunningham.A one-hour recording from Art Education for the Blind's free, annual Telephone Conference, October 15, 2007.http://www.artbeyondsight.org/change/aw-crashcourse.shtml

54 MIN2010 OCT 23
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Latest Episodes

Art & Creativity to Engage Children with Disabilities

Art & Creativity to Engage Children with Various DisabilitiesA discussion moderated by Pearl Rosen Golden, Artist, Educator, and Arts Disabilities Consultant, with panelists Angelica Pinna-Perez, Art Beyond Sight/Art Education for the Blind, Carol Kreiser, The Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children, Donnielle Rome, Queens Museum of Art.A one-hour recording from Art Education for the Blind's free, annual Telephone Conference, October 18, 2010.http://www.artbeyondsight.org/change/aw-crashcourse.shtml

56 MIN2010 NOV 16
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Art & Creativity to Engage Children with Disabilities

Re-Imagining Family Programs in Museums

Re-Imagining Family Programs in MuseumsA discussion moderated by Kirsten Schroeder, Museum of Modern Art, NY with panelistsSusan Dodge-Peters Daiss, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY,Deborah Jaffe, Metropolitan Museum of Art, AmandaBlake, Dallas Museum of Art.A one-hour recording from Art Education for the Blind's free, annual Telephone Conference, October 18, 2010.http://www.artbeyondsight.org/change/aw-crashcourse.shtml

53 MIN2010 NOV 16
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Re-Imagining Family Programs in Museums

Out of the Ordinary: Artists with Disabilities

Out of the Ordinary: Artists with Disabilities Claiming a Place in the Mainstream Art WorldA discussion moderated by Douglas McCulloh, Curator and Artist with panelist/artists Bruce Hall, Alice Wingwall, Pete Eckert.A one-hour recording from Art Education for the Blind's free, annual Telephone Conference, October 18, 2010.http://www.artbeyondsight.org/change/aw-crashcourse.shtml

60 MIN2010 NOV 16
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Out of the Ordinary: Artists with Disabilities

Diversity and Inclusiveness at Museums

Diversity and Inclusiveness at Museums: Museums Reflecting Their CommunitiesA discussion moderated by Independent Curator David Ross with Connie Wolf (Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco), Aaron Betsky (Cincinnati Museum of Art), Tom Finkelrpearl (Queens Museum of Art, NY), Maxwell Anderson (Indianapolis Museum of Art). A one-hour recording from Art Education for the Blind's free, annual Telephone Conference, October 19, 2009.http://www.artbeyondsight.org/change/aw-crashcourse.shtml

60 MIN2010 OCT 24
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Diversity and Inclusiveness at Museums

Artist Talk

Artist TalkAuthor and creative writing professor Georgina Kleege moderates a discussion about creativity, identity, and disability with artists Busser Howell, Nitza Horner, Gina A. Badenoch, and Ann Cunningham.A one-hour recording from Art Education for the Blind's free, annual Telephone Conference, October 15, 2007.http://www.artbeyondsight.org/change/aw-crashcourse.shtml

54 MIN2010 OCT 23
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Artist Talk
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