Join us to support accessibility in the arts!
ART IS FOR EVERYONE.
MindsEye launched our 2017 Audio Description Campaign "Art Is For Everyone" on Friday, August 4th through the Arts and Education Council's crowdfunding platform.
Will you help us reach our goal?
It's imperative that we work together so that ANYONE with a visual-impairment can still "See a Play!"
The 11th Annual MindsEye Ultimate Beepball Tournament
MindsEye’s 11th Annual Beepball Tournament was a hit!
Saturday, July 15th, 2017 was a spectacular day at Assumption Parish in South St. Louis – local organizations and friends of MindsEye joined together to support a day of fun, athletics, and community in a game that gives visually impaired St. Louisans a chance to play ball. Beepball’s spin on baseball allows those who are blind to compete – and compete they did! Lighthouse for the Blind team member Anthony Easley, who has been blind since 1988, was able to experience playing on the field again and said, “…it’s a good feeling, I love it. Because I’m back on the diamond, something I thought I wouldn’t be able to do.”
By Mayoral Proclamation!
By Mayoral Proclamation: Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 is Audio Description Day in Saint Louis
2017 Listener Survey
If you are a MindsEye listener, or eligible to be a MindsEye listener, please take our 2017 Listener Survey.
Your responses will be compiled with other listeners to make MindsEye even better next year!
With Deepest Sorrow
It is with our deepest sorrow that we announce the passing of our beloved founder Fr. Boniface WITTENBRINK, OMI (Fr. Boni) on Tuesday, June 13th, 2017.
A visitation and Mass was held on Tuesday, June 20th at Our Lady of Snows Church in Belleville, IL. A Mass of Christian Burial was led by Fr. Louis Studer, OMI and with Fr. Allen Maes, OMI preaching. Stories were shared. Words of love and celebration were spoken by all. Fr. Boni effervesced. He lived his life with liveliness and exhilaration; he made the world a better place.
Fr. Boni was laid to rest at St. Henry’s Oblate Cemetery in Belleville, IL.
He was born on June 30, 1914, in Evansville, IL, to Max and Catherine, nee Paulter, Wittenbrink. He served 76 years as a priest and 81 years as a vowed member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. He was preceded in death by his parents; his sisters, Wilma Kumke, Florentine Froelich, Eleanor Jackson, Sr. Dorine Wittenbrink, FSM, and Agatha Harst; and his brothers Cletus, Raymond, and H.J. Wittenbrink. He is survived by nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to MindsEye or to the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate