Access+Ability features over 70 innovative designs developed in the last decade. From low-tech products that assist with daily routines to the newest technologies, the exhibition explores how users and designers are expanding and adapting accessible products and solutions in ways previously unimaginable.
A search for "quilts" reveals the National Quilt Collection at the National Museum of American History, stunning quilts from the National Museum of the American Indian, hints for caring for textiles, and more. What will you find?
Nam June Paik is hailed as the father of video art and is credited with the first use of the term "electronic superhighway" in the 1970s. He recognized that media would completely transform our lives.
Electronic Superhighway—constructed of 336 televisions, 50 DVD players, 3,750 feet of cable, and 575 feet of multicolored neon tubing—is a testament to the ways media defined one man's understanding of a diverse nation.