Van Gogh in Britain: an out of hours event for Blind and Partially Sighted visitors, London

When

Price: Free with RSVP

Description

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Blind and partially sighted visitors, plus a companion, are invited to Tate Britain after hours for an audio description tour of the Tate Britain exhibition Van Gogh and Britain. Vincent Van Gogh lived in South London for two years, and this exhibition shows work from that period and also shows his influence on later generations of British artists. Moody self portraits, starry skies, sunflowers, they are all here for us to enjoy on a lovely summer’s evening when we will have the exhibition all to ourselves.
Audio describer: Gill Cutbull.
This is a free event but RSVP is essential so we can be aware of numbers. marcus.dickeyhorley@tate.org.uk

Access:
Audio description, additional seating, hearing receivers, lower visitor numbers, free parking on site (please book on 0207 887 8888), whelchairs and electric scooters available, please book (0207 887 8888)

Location

Tate Britain, Atterbury Street, London SW1P 4RQ Nearest tube: Pimlico

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