Multimedia artist, Pete Brown, has created an art exhibit that can be experienced by all your senses. The exhibit “Blind: VisualEYES without Your Eyes” lets patrons not only see the art, but touch the many textures, grooves, and reliefs; giving a new dimension to the art’s appreciation. Also, QR codes are available on most pieces to give those with inhibited vision some insight into a piece’s composition. Pete partnered with Bosma Enterprises and the Arts Council of Indianapolis to create an art exhibit that can be experienced by the visually impaired. There are even special glasses simulating different conditions of vision impairment provided for patrons who wish to experience the art a different way. The exhibit is at Gallery 924 on 10th and Pennsylvania (right next to the Living Room Lounge) and goes on from October 5th – 26th.