- Wednesday 21 April 2021, 2-3pm
Join us for an informal, sociable online session exploring art through audio-description and conversation for participants with a visual impairment. In this session, we will explore how art can be a form of protest and will take a closer look at Sam Rutherford’s artistic practice. Sam uses art as a means to give people a voice. She has recently worked with young people and a homeless charity to explore different ways of doing this.
Access to this session will be via Zoom. A telephone number, link and password will be sent out before the session.
To book, please use online booking or contact National Galleries of Scotland Switchboard on 0131 624 6200 from Monday - Wednesday between 9.30am-5pm. Email: [email protected]
Visually Impaired Programme Online: Art as Protest
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