Category: On Sight

Donor Feature: The Council Thanks NeuGen for Supporting Education and Outreach Efforts

  The Council is committed to educating the general public as art of its mission. For the past four years, NeuGen (WEA Trust and Health Tradition Health Plan) has generously supported Council education and outreach efforts by sponsoring a variety of programs that fit their organization’s guidelines. NeuGen provides… Continue Reading Donor Feature: The Council Thanks NeuGen for Supporting Education and Outreach Efforts

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A Way to Volunteer for a Cause you Care About: Apply to Become a Council Board Member

Board member Sharon Knaupf at a committee meeting. We are currently accepting applications for volunteer positions on the Board of Directors. Terms are three years in length and begin January 2021. Founded in 1952, the Council’s mission is to promote the dignity and empowerment of… Continue Reading A Way to Volunteer for a Cause you Care About: Apply to Become a Council Board Member

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Be a Part of the Council’s Mission: Thank you to Council Donors Glenn and Karen Steffen

Karen Steffen is a long-time Council donor. People learn about the Council in many ways. Some find the Council’s website by Googling “vision loss in Wisconsin”. Others call because they are trying to find adaptive ways of doing everyday tasks. Still others are family members… Continue Reading Be a Part of the Council’s Mission: Thank you to Council Donors Glenn and Karen Steffen

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Calling All Artists Who are Blind or Visually Impaired: Display Your Art at the Council’s Virtual Gallery Night Event

Each year, the Council is honored to display artwork by people who are blind or visually impaired. As part of its mission to empower people and the value of inclusivity, we actively seek and welcome art created by people from people experiencing vision loss. Do you know someone who is blind or visually impaired who expresses creativity through photography, woodworking, painting, fiber arts or other art forms? Continue Reading Calling All Artists Who are Blind or Visually Impaired: Display Your Art at the Council’s Virtual Gallery Night Event

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