British Sign Language and Visual Description Tours

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Tour
17/01/2020 - 26/02/2020
2pm

Join us for BSL and Visual Descriptions tours of the exhibition 'Le Passeur: The Ferryman's Journey'.

Please note that spaces are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis.

Supported by Tate

British Sign Language tour:
The Ferryman's Journey and Stott in Aberdeen

Wed 29 January, 2pm (90mins), free
G3, Ground Floor

Our trained British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters will support an introduction to Aberdeen Art Gallery and introduce the Journey of the Ferryman exhibition which takes a closer look at the work Le Passeur by William Stott of Oldham, on loan from Tate.

This event will focus on William Stott in Aberdeen including the story of tracking down his painting of Alice Forbes Whyte and letters from John Forbes Whyte, one of the founders of Aberdeen Art Gallery.

 

British Sign Language tour:
The Ferryman's Journey and Stott's legacy

Wed 26 February, 2pm (90mins), free
G3, Ground Floor

Our trained British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters will support an introduction to Aberdeen Art Gallery and introduce the Journey of the Ferryman exhibition which takes a closer look at the work Le Passeur by William Stott of Oldham, on loan from Tate.

This event will explore the artistic influence and legacy of Le Passeur and William Stott of Oldham and introduce a well -loved favourite from Aberdeen Art Gallery's collection, The Tennis Party by Sir John Lavery.

 

Visual Description tour:
The Ferryman's Journey

Fridays 17, 31 January and 14 February,
2pm (1hr), free
G3, Ground Floor

Join us for this audio described introduction to this exhibition which takes a closer look at the work 'Le Passeur' by William Stott of Oldham, on loan from Tate.

Suitable for those with sight loss or visual impairment.

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