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Deaf Cultural Center

The Deaf Cultural Center (DCC) provides opportunities for the Deaf Community and those who study and support it to learn more about the history of The Learning Center for the Deaf, the broader Deaf Community, and American Sign Language.

Housed 62 Kellogg Street on the TLC campus, The DCC provides artifacts and exhibits along with papers and presentations that preserve the rich and vibrant history of the Deaf Community and celebrate its unique and dynamic culture.

Programs offered: Deaf Cultural Center Museum, a campus-wide set of exhibits and monthly presentations.

Deaf Cultural Center Hours:
Museum tours and monthly presentations are available. Please email patrick_costello@tlcdeaf.org for more information.


MA Dept of Elementary and Secondary Education Deaf Education Institutes

Learn More about DESE Institutes here: DESE 2020

Literacy Institute:
Suzanne Recane, suzanne_recane@tlcdeaf.org

Educational Interpreters, STEM and Advanced ASL Institutes:
Jeanne Reis, crt@tlcdeaf.org

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