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Outing: Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library’s Accessible Community, Culture, & Technology Fair

  • The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building 476 5th Ave New York, NY 10018 United States (map)

The Fair will include: tablers from educational, employment, advocacy, arts, recreation, technology, and support organizations; fun accessible art activities and demonstrations of new adaptive technology; speakers on employment resources; individual consultations, headshots. Many of the tablers will have information on this year's added theme of employment, volunteering, and skills building.

New! Verbally Described touch tours of the historic Stephen A Schwarzman building will be offered at 2:15 PM and 4:15 PM

Free! No registration needed.

This years' featured organizations include: (*s denote first time tablers)
*Center for Independence for the Disabled New York (CIDNY), Whitney Museum, Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum, Lighthouse Guild, NYC Offic e of Emergency Management, NYC Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities, *Dorot, Intersection (LinkNYC), Metropolitan Museum of Art, Computing Center for Visually Impaired People (CCVIP), Brooklyn Museum, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Bookshare, *Catholic Charities Guild of New York, *Xavier Society for the Blind, Eye Assist LLC, *Brooklyn Public Library's Inclusive Services, NYC Parks and Recreation, Origami Therapy Association, CTECH, Tenement Museum, Visions Services for the Blind, *NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, *New York Transit Museum, Independence Science, Google inc., *Queens Museum, NYS Commission for the Blind, Guide Dog Users of New York, Pedestrians for Accessible and Safe Streets, *The Noguchi Museum, *Lewis Latimer House Museum, *3Doodler, Museum of Modern Art, Single Stop, Greater New York Council of the Blind, National Federation of the Blind, and more to come...