This program aims to teach blind and visually impaired children ways to discover the world around them and express themselves using art. The program consists of a series of workshops targeting young children in grades 1 and 2 at El-Nour School for Blind Children. This arts education program provides various teaching techniques and tools, such as argil, clay, and special toys and painting boards that will help blind and visually impaired children learn how to express themselves. The sessions include touching and examining different shapes, such as fruits, and learning how to draw three-dimensional shapes on a flat sheet using special boards with raised lines for the blind. Another activity involves discovering the features of the human face by touching each other’s faces. Using clay, the blind children then sculpt and mold different faces.