October marks Art Beyond Sight Awareness Month in museums and cultural institutions around the world. In contribution to the effort to raise awareness of disability, accessibility, and inclusion, the Cummer Museum displays its annual exhibition of artwork from the Women of Vision program during this month. Installed in the Museum’s Art Connections area, the show is open to the public and features works in of printmaking, ceramics, painting, and sculpture.
Camille Pissarro was born 7/10/1830 in the Danish West Indies, the son of a French-Portuguese merchant and a Creole woman. At age twelve he was sent to a boarding school in Passy, where he took his first…
The Museum’s educational tours allow firsthand examination of original works of art from Ancient Egyptian sculpture through American 20th century painting. Trained Docents engage students in meaningful discussions of the social, historical, and artistic context of works of art.
Most people think about experiencing art in only one way – a visual way. We can see works of art in a gallery. We can see how the elements of a work of art are related to each other, and to the whole. We take for granted the ability to examine or admire a work of art, or to create our own.
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