Making museums accessible to all

An adaptation of Singaporean artist David Chan's 2015 creation, Utama's Cat. The adapted sculpture is made of plastic, but includes wood samples similar to those used in the original, allowing visitors with visual impairments to enjoy the exhibition
An adaptation of Singaporean artist David Chan's 2015 creation, Utama's Cat. The adapted sculpture is made of plastic, but includes wood samples similar to those used in the original, allowing visitors with visual impairments to enjoy the exhibition with their caregivers, family and friends.PHOTO: SINGAPORE ART MUSEUM

SINGAPORE - Museums here are working on ways to ensure exhibitions are accessible to persons with disabilities.

Take the ongoing Minimalism: Space. Light. Object. exhibition at both National Gallery Singapore and the private ArtScience Museum.

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