Tactile Images has developed traveling exhibitions in collaboration with Getty Images and the National Federation of the Blind. These exhibitions travel to museums, educational centers, and institutions throughout the world.

They include a diverse array of engaging topics and narratives, increase community-based partnerships, and maximize an institution's space, attendance, and participation. Furthermore, they promote inclusion and involvement with the blind, further cultural involvement, and encourage community awareness, and acceptance.

Courtesy of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Museums and cultural institutions have the opportunity to introduce exhibitions that increase diversity, broaden perspectives, and address perceptions of disability.

Traveling exhibitions provide many benefits to the blind community by delivering meaningful visual information. They function as valuable teaching resources that foster skills development, accelerates a student's ability to grasp complex ideas and concepts, and enhances orientation and spatial understanding.

We currently have the following Traveling Exhibitions available:

"Visual information is key. When a blind person can access art, photographs, and diagrams on their own, a barrier is removed."

Ed Bible, Former Director of Training and Employment, South Carolina Commission for the Blind