CRIS Radio and the Mark Twain House & Museum are working together to offer visitors with low-vision or other print disabilities a new way to access selected artifacts on exhibit at the museum. Read more.
The Mark Twain House and Museum and CRISAccess have teamed up to provide additional accessibility to the Hartford bard’s old digs. Audio recorded by CRIS volunteers now reads signs from the museum for people with smart devices.
Now because of a collaboration between NBMAA and CRIS Radio, visitors also can use a QR code and their cellphones to hear a brief description of Benton and an analysis of one of the paintings — “Arts of the City” — and the time in which it was painted.
Windsor Lions are becoming regulars at CRIS, as the record materials to be used at the Windsor Agricultural Museum. Integrating the recordings with CRISAccess will provide accessibility to museum guests who may have a print disability.
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