PLEASE TOUCH THE ARTWORK
THE MULTI-SENSORY, CONTEMPORARY ART EXHIBITION WITH NO “VIEWING” NECESSARY
ACCESSIBLE OPENING EVENT JULY 16TH, 2011 5-9 PM
BY APPOINTMENT JULY 16TH-20TH
2130 WEST CHICAGO AVENUE, CHICAGO IL 60622
ADAM ROSE, ASHA TAMIRISA, ERIC STEFANSKI, FERESHTEH TOOSHI, HYEON KIM, JENNIFER GROSSMAN, KATE HAMPEL, MARCI RUBIN, MICELE BOCK, STEVE FROST, YOUNG JOON KWAK
CURATED BY EMMA STEIN
PLEASE TOUCH THE ARTWORK is a multi-sensory, contemporary art exhibition that makes art accessible to the visually impaired.
The exhibition will feature non-visual curatorial methods and artwork that is accessible by its multi-sensory nature. In addition to advancing the field of art accessibility, the exhibition will also provide a meaningful experience for the sighted, giving participants an opportunity to branch out of strictly visual modes of engagement with artworks.
PLEASE TOUCH THE ARTWORK is a community-based and community-funded project. While most of the artists represented are located in Chicagoland, the contributors to this project form a much larger, diverse community of activists who are working to increase the accessibility of art around the country.
For more information or questions about the accessible opening event, write to firstname.lastname@example.org