CULTURAL SERIES

Learning is an ongoing process. At The Museum of Deaf History, Arts, & Culture, we believe that education is ongoing. Our museum offers dynamic opportunities for our members and guests to learn more about Deaf history, arts, and culture.

Each of MDHAC's Cultural Series will have featured presentations related to Deaf history, arts and culture. The goal is to inspire appreciation of the rich culturo-linguistic influence within the Deaf We may also invoke the truth of the struggles and resistance the Deaf community experience world-wide.

If you have an idea, a request, or an offer for a cultural series, please let us know.

How did American Sign Language evolve through Deaf people's experiences? Learn how our experience can influence our signing style.

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Christine Multra Kraft

ASL Language Structure: Created From Deaf Experiences

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Our museum offers an opportunity to learn about the rich heritage and experience of being Deaf.  Group tours and museum reservations are available. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 foundation so donations are always appreciated.

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