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I research and develop multi-sensory experiences in museums and other cultural organizations.

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Founding Fossils Exhibit

We created a multisensory exhibit called Founding Fossils that displays content in both visual and tactile modes. The exhibit tells a complex story that involves art, history, science, and technology.

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I believe that creating exhibit content with tactile and audio components can engage people who are blind with the arts and sciences.

Exposing people who are sighted to tactile and audio content creates an integrated experience for all visitors.

I consult with museums to improve their accessibility for people who are blind or have low vision. I enjoy planning accessible exhibits and programs.

About MuseumSenses Founder Cheryl Fogle-Hatch

About MuseumSenses Founder Cheryl Fogle-Hatch

Cheryl Fogle-Hatch, Ph.D. created MuseumSenses to showcase her work in researching and developing multisensory experiences in galleries, museums, and other cultural organizations. She believes that creating exhibit content with tactile and audio components has the potential to fully engage people who are blind with a broad range of topics.

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A list of essays, conference posters, and research papers.

Research in Archaeology

Cheryl’s research in archaeology focused on the social and economic strategies that hunter-gatherers used to procure resources from their physical environments.


Cheryl routinely presents on topics in museum accessibility and in archaeology.

Let's Work Together

Let's Work Together

I help museums increase access for all visitors by creating multisensory exhibits for everyone. I would be happy to discuss a project with you. Get started by booking a complimentary consultation with me.

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