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Violet Rose Arma

Violet Rose Arma (she/her/hers) is an art museum professional with a passion for accessibility. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Arizona State University and a Masters in Museum Studies from the Harvard Extension School with a concentration in Exhibition Design. Her capstone project, “Exhibition Design for All: How Experiencing Art Beyond Sight Can Benefit Sighted and Non-Sighted Art Museum Visitors,” was awarded the Director’s Prize for Outstanding Independent Study Capstone in Museum Studies in Spring 2023. Violet is currently Curatorial Assistant at the University of Arizona Museum of Art in Tucson, AZ.  Her work has been published by the American Alliance for Museums as well as the National Association for Interpretation. With a desire to make exhibition design more accessible, Violet hopes to raise awareness on topics related to accessibility within museum spaces, creating more welcoming environments for all audiences.

Recent Posts by Violet Rose Arma

Tips for Creating Accessible Museums: Universal Design and Universal Design for Learning

The American Alliance of Museums offers the following information from Violet Rose Arma, Curatorial Assistant & Administrative Support, University of Arizona Museum of Art. The …

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