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A Painting You Can Touch

She has taught classes with the Arts with the Disabled Association (ADA) Hong Kong, and given lectures at the Kennedy Center’s Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disabilities conference and the 2019 SXSW EDU conference (seen below). Kim has also given an overview of the touchable painting process for a class at Eastern Michigan University and an intern at Duke University’s Nasher Art Museum.


Engaging with Touchable Paintings

Touchable paintings are mainly available during Multisensory Saturday, which is a free multisensory exploration at the museum featuring gallery activities that focus on access and inclusion and highlight all the senses. Guests can also arrange a private multisensory tour with Kim Crowell to check them out as well.