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The Dot Experience Cast of Characters: Denna Lambert

Denna Lambert has always set her sights high. As the Inclusive Innovation Lead for Early Stage Innovation and Partnerships, in...

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An Artist’s InSight: An Interview with Tavish Gillian

Every year since 1992, blind and low vision artists across the globe send impressive artworks to the American Printing House...

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Connect the Dots Sets the Stage for The Dot Experience

Churchill Downs, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Muhammad Ali Center, and many more are on a long list of attractions...

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Defining The Dot Experience: Everything You Need to Know

What is The Dot Experience? The Dot Experience is APH’s re-imagined museum set to open in 2026. Designed with an...

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Blindness History Basics: History of Braille Writers

When fifteen-year-old Louis Braille presented his tactile system of raised dots in 1824, he hoped the new system would provide a...

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Please Touch! Making Museum Collections Accessible

What do you think of when you hear the words “museum collection?” Artifacts like objects, paintings, photographs, rare books, or...

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Connect the Dots: Light & Shadow

The second festival in our education series, Connect the Dots, powered by PNC Foundation, “Light & Shadow,” took place on...

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Blindness History Basics: The War of the Dots

Today, it is typical for individuals who are sighted to read print and for people who are blind or low...

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Connect the Dots

We are excited to announce our new family-based education series: Connect the Dots, powered by the PNC Foundation! Thanks to...

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Introduction to The Dot Experience

APH’s vision since 1858 is an accessible world, with opportunity for everyone. APH empowers people who are blind or low...

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December Reflections and Transitions

Late December is always a great time for reflection. There have been a lot of big changes in the museum...

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Helen Keller’s Christmas Cards

The Helen Keller Archive is filled with incredible artifacts that typically could not be found in most folks’ homes. There...

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As Time Goes By

As everyone inside our building and anyone who passes by the exterior knows, APH is in the midst of a...

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Lew Wallace’s Masterpiece: APH’s First Pop Fiction Novel

Do you know anything about Lew Wallace?  He’s an interesting guy who used to be famous but not so much...

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Contemplating Helen Keller’s Humanity

One of my favorite things about browsing through the AFB Helen Keller Archives here at APH—which we are doing right...

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