Blind at the Museum



On Friday, May 27, 2005, KQED’s Forum discussed Blind at the Museum and art by and for the visually impaired.

Host: Dave Iverson


Beth Dungan, art historian and postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Medicine and the Humanities and Law, co-curator of "Blind at the Museum," an exhibit of works by visually impaired artists at UC Berkeley's Berkeley Art Museum
Georgina Kleege, adjunct professor of English at UC Berkeley and author of "Sight Unseen," a memoir about losing one's sight in a world that fears and stigmatizes blindness
John Dugdale, a photographer whose work appears in the "Blind at the Museum" exhibit at the UC Berkeley Art Museum
Pedro Hildago, a photographer whose work also appears in "Blind at the Museum."

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