SAN ANTONIO -- It's a first-of-its-kind class helping those who are visually impaired participate in art.
The class at The Carver Community Cultural Center is teaching students techniques on clay.
It's a touchable art often used with people who have visual impairments or intellectual disabilities. The four week-long Saturday class will help guide students to mold their clay into a painted, kiln-fired project. Students will also get the chance to make money off their creation at an exhibit at The Carver next year.
For details on how to get involved, you can visit the center’s website.