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The Vlog Project

In this video, artist and Whitney educator Christine S. Kim introduces the Whitney video blogs (or, “vlogs”), a video series conducted in American Sign Language that covers events and exhibitions at the Whitney.

Whitney Video Blogs (vlogs) are original short videos featuring Deaf museum educators communicating in American Sign Language (ASL). The vlogs focus on topics in contemporary art or exhibitions on view at the Museum. Each vlog is produced by an integrated team consisting of a director/editor and Whitney educators who are Deaf, working with a cinematographer and interpretive media and education specialists who are hearing. The goal of these vlogs is to increase cultural opportunities for Deaf and hard of hearing audiences and create a communications laboratory to expand the ASL vocabulary of contemporary art terms. We hope that these videos can serve as a model for other institutions to create original interpretive content that meets the learning needs of multiple audiences and engages people with disabilities in a collaborative creative process, highlighting the unique perspectives they bring to the cultural field.

The Vlog Project is a work in progress. To share feedback, comments, or questions, please email accessfeedback@whitney.org.

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