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In Touch With Knowledge:
The Educational History of Blind People

Exhibit Details


The four components that make up the exhibit are:

Four kiosks in a right-angle display configuration

Each of the four components of IN TOUCH WITH KNOWLEDGE includes original artifacts, reproductions, graphics, tactile exhibits, and hands-on activities. Braille labels and audio text and descriptions provide accessibility.

Two kiosks in an in-line display configuration, with a third kiosk in the background between them

Basic Description, Requirements, Cost

Please contact the Callahan Museum for detailed information on each component.

Description: The exhibit has eight pairs of freestanding kiosks (each component has two pairs). Each pair is connected by a 6' long exhibit stretcher. The kiosks have a triangular base (3' high with sides 5 1/2' x 4' x 4') on locking casters, three graphics panels (9" x 36", 16" x 36" and 16" x 36") and a self-lighting header. The overall exhibit height is 7'. The modular nature of the exhibit allows for various floor plan configurations.

Three kiosks in an in-line display configuration.  A large globe stands slighly apart from the kiosks.

Space Requirements: 800 sq. ft. or 88 linear feet (200 sq.ft. or 22 linear feet for each component).

Electrical requirements: 16 electrical outlets, 4 for each component. Cords extend from bottom of cases.

Rental period: 8, 12, or 16 weeks Rental fee: 8 weeks, $4,000; 12 weeks, $5,000; 16 weeks, $6,000. 25% non-refundable deposit on signing of contract. Exhibitors pay for in-coming shipping.

For detailed information, contact:

Callahan Museum
American Printing House for the Blind
1839 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206
(502) 895 2405 ext. 364 or (800) 223 1839

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, ©2006, American Printing House for the Blind, Inc.