Designers met at LightHouse to create, think about and design tactile maps.
Starting January 10, we’re hosting a new special exhibition of work by Bay Area artist Kurt Schwartzmann.
Penny’s Blind Baking world tour was met with much more intrigue than she had planned.
In 2017, LightHouse started offering TMAP — on-demand tactile street maps.
In a new exhibition of Indian art, the Asian Art Museum takes steps towards accessibility for blind and visually impaired patrons.
A check-in with the Holman prizewinner who is training blind beekeepers in Uganda.
The LightHouse MAD Lab worked with the Charles M. Schulz Museum to create a tactile representation of a four-panel Peanuts comic strip.
This June, we’re thrilled to host a special exhibition of work by Sacramento-based Deaf-Blind blind mosaic artist Mary Dignan at our headquarters starting on Friday, June 8. That evening, we will also be welcoming prominent blind people from across the country who have come to San Francisco to select the 2018 Holman Prizewinners – more … Continue reading Art Opening: Meet Deaf-Blind Mosaic Artist Mary Dignan
At the beginning of April, our AmeriCorps Blue2 completed their 12 week service at Enchanted Hills Camp, leaving it in much better shape than they found it! This bright, talented, caring, energetic group left their mark — they renovated and cleaned all the Lakeside Cabins, dining hall, and kitchen, installed new windows in the Gathering … Continue reading An Enchanted Hills Camp Update: Get ready for Summer 2018
It’s not every day that you have access to a swell printer when you want to create tactile images or reference materials. But with the lightweight and portable Sensational BlackBoard you can instantly create raised-line drawings whenever, and wherever. All you need is the BlackBoard, a sheet of printer paper, and a ballpoint pen. Place … Continue reading New in our store: Make raised line drawings instantly with the Sensational BlackBoard