In Touch With Art: Tactile Public Art Tour For Visually Impaired

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Denver Public Art says
Ever wonder what “The Big Blue Bear” (Lawrence Argent’s “I See What You Mean”) feels like? Find out in this interactive, hands-on tour. Learn about the stories of some of Denver’s iconic public art and experience the many textures and sounds of the city. Highlighting anecdotes about the work of several contemporary artists, this outdoor walking tour will encompass about one mile and will include visual descriptions, touchable objects and guided looking/touching exercises. Terrain is wheelchair accessible. This unique tour is designed for all to enjoy, with particular emphasis on those who are blind or vision impaired.

The tours will meet at the Colorado Convention Center next to “I See What You Mean,” aka “The Big Blue Bear” on 14th Street between Stout and California streets.
(Limited to 15 people) RSVP at the Eventbrite link above. RSVPing on this Facebook event will NOT guarantee you a spot on this tour!
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By: Denver Public Art

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