Rent a unique exhibit to display at your location! The APH Museum explores the intriguing history of the education of people who are blind and visually impaired. The APH Museum offers four affordable and accessible traveling exhibits to bring fascinating, inspiring stories to your museum, library, or school!
For information about renting these exhibits, please contact Mike Hudson, Museum Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Child In A Strange Country is our major traveling exhibit, exploring education for people who are blind and visually impaired through the lens of social activist and author Helen Keller.
- Building the Future uses vintage postcards to introduce the history of American residential schools for the blind.
- War of the Dots explores the nineteenth and twentieth century debates over tactile codes.
- Braillewriters offers a hands-on trip through the development of the mechanical braillewriter.