Teen who is deafblind leads Cambridge art show

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Queens Square Gallery in Cambridge is encouraging visitors to touch and listen to their latest exhibition, a seven-room sensory experience designed to show visitors what it’s like to lose your vision and your hearing. The project was led by 15-year-old Cerenna-Tee Racey, who is deafblind. CBC's Jackie Sharkey takes a tour with Racey and her classmates at the W. Ross Macdonald School for the Blind in Brantford.

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