Audio Description Tour of Kaleidoscopic Realms

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Audio Description Tour of Kaleidoscopic Realms

Saturday 14 September

Join a live audio description tour of the ‘Kaleidoscopic Realms’ exhibition with Harry Baxter. This tour is specifically for blind and visually impaired, as well as partially sighted audiences. Harry will be wearing a mic so that people will be able to clearly hear him. Harry is a fully qualified audio describer who trained in audio description at the Royal Academy of Arts and has described every major exhibition there since 2010. He had also performed audio descriptions for the British Museum, TATE Gallery and Kings College London.

The tour itself is free, but booking is advised to monitor numbers. You are welcome to stay around in the café at the end of the session, for further chatting.

Admission fees apply to get into the Castle itself – £15 per adult and children 15 and under are free. If this is going to be a barrier for you – please email the Jennifer Lauren Gallery. You can buy your ticket at the entrance on the day, or online here: www.nottinghamcastle.org.uk/visit/

Seating is provided throughout.

More information on the exhibition can be found here: www.shift.jenniferlaurengallery.com/kaleidoscopic-realms

Image here is by Richard Hunt. It has an oraange/brown background and he has drawn on it with thin coloured Sharpies in blue, white, gold and green. A lot of mark making is present within shapes that make up a boat outline. It is quite abstract.

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Admission fees apply to get into the Castle itself – £15 per adult and children 15 and under are free.

You can buy your ticket at the entrance on the day, or online her also:

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