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Envision Arts Gallery and Engagement Center

Envision, the nation’s premier service provider to and employer of individuals who are blind or visually impaired, will has opened an inclusive and diverse art gallery in downtown Wichita's Historic Union Station. The gallery is the first national gallery primarily for artists with vision loss, championing art accessibility. Though the blind and visually impaired community tops 23 million in the U.S. (2018 National Health Interview Survey), art education and access disproportionally favor those who are sighted. The new Envision Arts Gallery and Engagement Center is demonstrating art accessibility for all by being the premier, national destination for artists and audiences who are blind, visually impaired and/or disabled. The first Envision Arts Gallery exhibition has been designed to showcase portraits of the Envision Arts program’s dedicated artists who are primarily blind or visually impaired. Highlighting their stories and success, the Main Gallery will feature inspiring work from 18 different artists. The Community Portrait Wall in the Patricia A. Peer Window Gallery will offer an experiential exhibit in which the community can directly engage and participate in — giving an opportunity and dedicated space for conversations about accessibility, diversity, equity and inclusion

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  • Envision Arts Gallery and Engagement Center
  • 801 E Douglas Ave Suite 106
  • Wichita, KS 67202
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