Described Gallery Tour for Visually Impaired Adults

Described Gallery Tour for Visually Impaired Adults

21 Feb 2020

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21 Feb 2020

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Friday 21 February 2020 3:00 - 4.45pm

This session is free. To reserve a place please email helen.jacobs@rwa.org.uk before 17th February.

These described sessions are led by our experienced facilitator, Sarah Kelly, alongside gallery staff and volunteers. Usually there are some works in the exhibition that artists have given permission to touch during the visually impaired tours.

Each session will focus on a different selection of art works, and both will include time for group discussion. Refreshments will be provided. You are welcome to bring a companion and/or guide dog.

An introduction to the RWA is available in braille and large print. 

 

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