Jesse White Awards Nearly $340,000 in Radio Information Service Grants Funds Provide Support for Radio Stations for Residents with Print Disabilities Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White awarded almost $340,000 in Radio Information Service Grants (RIS). The RIS grants totaling $338,048 support a group of 10 radio stations whose mission is to ensure that…Read More →
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Where We Work
We turn visual experiences into audio experiences all over the St. Louis Metro Area and beyond.
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What Our Listeners Say
"I can't see anymore, but I still read the paper every morning because of MindsEye."See Our Impact
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People with a variety of visual disabilities can get timely access to information from around the St. Louis region and the world through our Broadcast Information Program. Learn more about the program and get started listening.Listen to MindsEye Radio
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Whether in Shakespeare Glen, at The Muny, The Rep, or outside sharing a day at the Zoo, MindsEye is committed to creating accessibility in every space and at every event in the Saint Louis area and beyond. See upcoming events and register.Learn More
Discover BeepBall, a game that's accessible to people with visual impairments! Learn more about our tournaments, educational demonstrations, and the Gateway Archers.Play BeepBall
Join the Arts & Culture Accessibility Cooperative
The Cooperative creates a resource for the St. Louis community, allowing us to continually move forward through discussions and committed work toward a more inclusive arts and culture scene for our region.Hear What We're Discussing
On September 3, 2020, we celebrated with FOCUS St. Louis and amazing organizations in our region for the 2020 What’s Right with the Region Awards! MindsEye was selected as one of the 2020 Emerging Initiatives honorees for our Arts and Culture Accessibility Cooperative initiative. Emerging Initiatives honorees are organizations recognized for developing practical solutions, responding…Read More →
The City of St. Louis is in the process of compiling and extending its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan. The ADA Transition Plan is a planning document required with the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 that will guide the City in increasing accessibility throughout the programs, services, and activities…Read More →