The British Museum presents Tantra: Audio Described Talk, Online

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Price: Free

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Figure of Kali (c) Trustees of the British Museum
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A visually descriptive journey across India, Nepal, Tibet, Japan and the UK from the comfort of your own home.

VocalEyes’ Lonny Evans leads this audio-described event, which provides evocative visual descriptions of 10 key works from the Tantra enlightenment to revolution exhibition, alongside images of each object. Lonny will be joined by exhibition curator Imma Ramos as we explore this radical South Asian philosophy from its birth in India to the present day.

VocalEyes is a London-based charity that provides blind and partially-sighted people with opportunities to experience and enjoy art and heritage.

This event is designed for blind and partially sighted audiences but all are welcome.

Part of the public programme accompanying the special exhibition, Tantra: enlightenment to revolution (24 September 2020 – 24 January 2021).

Find out more and book your place via our website.

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