Perkins kids visit the MFA

Nine-year-old Logan, a student at Perkins School for the Blind, checks out an ancient sculpture at the MFA. (Handout)
Nine-year-old Logan, a student at Perkins School for the Blind, checks out an ancient sculpture at the MFA. (Handout) Credit:

It was 115 years ago this month that Helen Keller first visited the Museum of Fine Arts and was given a touch tour of the collection. These days, the MFA regularly provides such tours for people who are blind or otherwise vision-impaired. A group of kids from Perkins School for the Blind — where Keller also was a student — came through and got acquainted with the collection.

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