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A black and white portrait of Lois Willson.
A Fond Farewell to a Beacon of Support in the Blindness Community
A tribute to a beloved LightHouse volunteer and leader.
A familiar scene of the bustling pool at EHC during the summer. Campers stand at the edge and swim in the clear blue water.
An Enchanted Hills Camper On Community
17-year-old Karl, who hails from Maui, Hawaii, attended Enchanted Hills Camp for the Blind’s Teen Session for the first time
A photo collage of the 2019 Holman Prize Finalists.
Announcing the 2019 Holman Prize Finalists
A blind astrophysicist, a snowboarder, a few blind sailors and more...
Claire Spector at the opening of her exhibit,
Meet blind textile artist Claire Spector at the LightHouse on June 7
Claire Spector is a legally blind contemporary textile artist. She sews by feel.On June 7 at 5 p.m., join us
LightHouse Health and Wellness Instructor Amber Sherrard tandem cycles with her pilot in front of a vineyard in Napa.
Photos from Cycle for Sight: Cycling with a side of fun and fundraising
As usual, Cycle for Sight was a day full of sunshine, good food, fitness and a key source of fundraising
The 2017 Holman Judging Committee deliberates on the inaugural finalists during a visit to San Francisco.
Announcing the 2019 Holman Prize Judges
Meet the blind leaders who will choose the 2019 Holman Prizewinners.
Graphic: World According to Sound Logo beside the LightHouse Logo.
All summer, tune into KQED on Fridays for a blind tour of California
Every Friday starting April 26, go on an audio exploration of California from the acoustic perspective of the blind.
Five Maptimers sit around a circular table while creating their tactile maps. Their tools are pens, paper, foam core, glue, scissors, wiki sticks — anything you can add to paper to build out a tactile layout.
Maps for the blind: How the MAD Lab is challenging designers’ hyper-visual assumptions
Designers met at LightHouse to create, think about and design tactile maps.
A compilation of photos of 41 Holman Semifinalists.
Announcing the 2019 Holman Prize Semifinalists
Meet the 41 semifinalists and watch their pitch videos.
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