Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Special tour of the Guggenheim for the blind/visually impaired

Here's another tidbit of info I'm just passing along.


MIND'S EYE: FREE PROGRAMS FOR PARTIALLY SIGHTED, BLIND, AND DEAF VISITORS

Join Guggenheim Museum educators Georgia Krantz, Guthrie Nutter, and Ellen Edelman for a tour, discussion, and private reception. Separate programs are presented through Verbal Imaging, touch, and American Sign Language (ASL).

*Mon, Oct 5, 6–8 pm
KandinskyMon, Nov 9, 6–8 pm
Contemporary art installations featuring Paired, Gold: Felix Gonzalez-Torres and Roni Horn, Intervals: Kitty Kraus, and Anish Kapoor: Memory
Free, space is limited, advance RSVP required

RSVP to the Oct 5 program by Mon, Sep 28: 212 360 4355 or access@guggenheim.org
Learn more about Mind's Eye tours.*Priority admission to ASL tours is provided to the deaf community. ASL students will be notified two days before the program if space is available.Public programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

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