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British Sign Language (BSL) tour | Grayson Perry

  • Saturday 12 and 19 August, 11am–12noon

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Join us for free Deaf-led tours in British Sign Language at the biggest ever exhibition of Sir Grayson Perry's work, covering his 40-year career. In these tours we will explore his subversive pots, brilliantly intricate prints, elaborate sculptures, and huge, captivating tapestries – all imbued with Perry's sharp wit and social commentary. Led by Trudi Collier, you will have the chance to socialise, explore art together and share your ideas.

These tours are part of the Edinburgh Deaf Festival.

This tour is in British Sign Language (BSL). If you have any questions, please email [email protected].

Kenilworth AM1, 2010, custom-built motorcycle © Grayson Perry. Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro. Photo Angus Mill.



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