Renssaelaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, is hosting a conference on Assistive Technology for the Arts. The conference is specifically for people with spinal cord injuries, and sponsored by the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. (RPI.edu)
Even though this conference isn't specifically for people with visual impairments, I thought it was worth mentioning. The article states that there are many developers working on assistive technology for work and daily living (and that's important!) but that creative pursuits should also be accessible. I couldn't agree more. I hope this conference is a wonderful success.
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