Astronomy can be a very visual subject. How can we teach about astronomy topics to audiences who are blind or visually impared? How can our astronomy lessons be more inclusive to all learning styles? In this conversation with Norine Grice of You Can Do Astronomy, Ken Quinn (Ken, how should I identify you), and Vivian White of Astronomical Society of the Pacific, we will discuss ways to make astronomy conversations more accessible. Activities related to the Big Astronomy project will be used as examples on how to make hands-on activities accessible with inexpensive materials. The panelists will share real world examples and answer your questions.