Throughout November 2015, the Riga Gallery hosted a charity exhibition "Touch", which presented relief photos, miniature 3D models of architectural monuments and a tactile map of the city. The peculiarity of the exhibition is that all the exhibits can be studied by touch. The event is open to blind and visually impaired people. We are holding such an event for the first time and it is timed to the fifth anniversary of our organization. The opening of the exhibition was attended by representatives of various public organizations, the project manager of the Riga City Council, the director of the boarding school for the blind and visually impaired, the head of the boarding house for the blind, as well as our friends who supported the initiative in word and deed. For 3 weeks, about 200 people visited the exhibition. These are both adults and children. People with vision problems and those who are not indifferent to the issues of adapting the environment for people with disabilities. Guests from St. Petersburg, and a group of blind children from the boarding school visited our exhibition. Photos of Riga’s sights, which contain both colorful visual information and a relief layer. Models of Riga Dome Cathedral, the National Library and Peter's Cathedral printed on a 3D printer, a large and bright map of our city, where the main streets, parks, and reservoirs can be felt and touched – they all could be studied at the exhibition. Many thanks to those people who left kind words and wishes in the guest book. This is the best reward for work! With donations, collected during the exhibition, we have purchased materials for 3D printing and will continue to expand our collection of tactile objects. Our exhibition is small and mobile, and therefore, we can easily transport it from city to city. Please contact us and we will come to you!