BOOKED OUT | Audio Described Tour for blind and low vision visitors | Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia


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Join us for an audio-described tour for blind and low-vision visitors through our new exhibition, Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia – the largest overview of art by First Peoples of Australia to be presented in Aotearoa.

Led by Nathan Pōhio, senior curator, Māori art, and audio described by Nicola Owen of Audio Described Aotearoa, this 90-minute tour will include a selection of 150 artworks.

The tour is limited to 15 places and we will have three sighted companions available courtesy of Blind Low Vision NZ. Please book your place/s through the link below. If you’d like to attend with your own sighted companion, please book 1 ticket for them also. Please note only one sighted companion per booking.

You can also book your ticket by calling Eventfinda on 0800 289 849.

Date: Saturday 16 Sep

Time: 2-3.30pm

Location: Level 1

Cost: Free to attend

Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia is presented by the National Gallery of Australia and Wesfarmers Arts in partnership with Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki and supported by the Australian Government.

Image credits: 1. David St George  2. Reko Rennie, Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay/Gummaroi people, Message Stick (Green), 2011, hand-pressed metallic textile foil, screenprint and synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen, National Gallery of Australia, Kamberri/Canberra, purchased 2012 © Reko Rennie 

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