Art for the blind

18th September 2009 at 01:00

The Royal National College for the Blind has been made the permanent home for a national collection of art intended to appeal to those with visual impairments. Sheri Khayami, founder of the charity BlindArt, whose collection the college will host, said: "RNC is absolutely the right place for the collection, which is all about access, interpretation and inspiration."

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