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"Beautiful Minds: Dyslexia and the Creative Advantage" is an art and science exhibition that explores the successes of those who think outside the box when faced with the challenges of dyslexia. The exhibition defines some of the tools and resources for identification, intervention, and pathways to success.

Families learn about what dyslexia really is, and the truth behind some of the negative myths perpetuated in society. Guests have fun playing various spatial and word games learning how the right and left sides of the brain are engaged, including an oversized tile spelling game, color block puzzles, and digital interactive educational games for all ages.

A unique local feature will be listening to stories from San Antonio youth and local world changers about their experiences growing up with dyslexia before and after intervention. Children and caretakers walk among the life-size illustrations of some of the most influential visionaries who have changed history.

During its showing at The DoSeum, a unique portion of "Beautiful Minds" will feature Artist in Residence Sarah Sudhoff’s interactive installation "The Reading Brain." The installation will allow families to be immersed in the reading brain’s inner workings through a multi-sensory, data-driven interactive installation.

The exhibition will remain on view through March 28th, 2021. The DoSeum has longer timed sessions for guests and has implemented the best cleaning and sanitation practices and continues to implement new measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and continue prioritizing the health and safety of its staff and guests.

"Beautiful Minds: Dyslexia and the Creative Advantage" is an art and science exhibition that explores the successes of those who think outside the box when faced with the challenges of dyslexia. The exhibition defines some of the tools and resources for identification, intervention, and pathways to success.

Families learn about what dyslexia really is, and the truth behind some of the negative myths perpetuated in society. Guests have fun playing various spatial and word games learning how the right and left sides of the brain are engaged, including an oversized tile spelling game, color block puzzles, and digital interactive educational games for all ages.

A unique local feature will be listening to stories from San Antonio youth and local world changers about their experiences growing up with dyslexia before and after intervention. Children and caretakers walk among the life-size illustrations of some of the most influential visionaries who have changed history.

During its showing at The DoSeum, a unique portion of "Beautiful Minds" will feature Artist in Residence Sarah Sudhoff’s interactive installation "The Reading Brain." The installation will allow families to be immersed in the reading brain’s inner workings through a multi-sensory, data-driven interactive installation.

The exhibition will remain on view through March 28th, 2021. The DoSeum has longer timed sessions for guests and has implemented the best cleaning and sanitation practices and continues to implement new measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and continue prioritizing the health and safety of its staff and guests.

"Beautiful Minds: Dyslexia and the Creative Advantage" is an art and science exhibition that explores the successes of those who think outside the box when faced with the challenges of dyslexia. The exhibition defines some of the tools and resources for identification, intervention, and pathways to success.

Families learn about what dyslexia really is, and the truth behind some of the negative myths perpetuated in society. Guests have fun playing various spatial and word games learning how the right and left sides of the brain are engaged, including an oversized tile spelling game, color block puzzles, and digital interactive educational games for all ages.

A unique local feature will be listening to stories from San Antonio youth and local world changers about their experiences growing up with dyslexia before and after intervention. Children and caretakers walk among the life-size illustrations of some of the most influential visionaries who have changed history.

During its showing at The DoSeum, a unique portion of "Beautiful Minds" will feature Artist in Residence Sarah Sudhoff’s interactive installation "The Reading Brain." The installation will allow families to be immersed in the reading brain’s inner workings through a multi-sensory, data-driven interactive installation.

The exhibition will remain on view through March 28th, 2021. The DoSeum has longer timed sessions for guests and has implemented the best cleaning and sanitation practices and continues to implement new measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and continue prioritizing the health and safety of its staff and guests.

WHEN

WHERE

The DoSeum
2800 Broadway St.
San Antonio, TX 78209
https://www.thedoseum.org/beautiful-minds

TICKET INFO

Free-$14
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