1. An Audio Description tour with touching opportunity of The Squash
By Turner Prize nominee Anthea Hamilton, this year’s Tate Britain commission which completely fills the Duveen Halls with a tiled sculpture garden tended by a dancing Keeper of the Sculptures, Squash.
Date: Monday 21st May 2018 Time: 11.00am – 12.20pm. Free, no booking required
Venue: Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG
Meet at the Manton Studio from 10.30 for tea, coffee and biscuits
2. Picasso 1932: a Private View for Blind and Partially Sighted visitors plus companions.
An opportunity to experience the Picasso exhibition after hours at Tate Modern without the crowds.
Audio descriptions between 19.00 – 20.00 with Guide Dick Thomas. Although we cannot touch any of the work in this exhibition we will prepare some raised images of key works.
strong Drinks served on the Concourse from 18.30
Date: Monday 21st May 2018 Time: 18.30 – 20.30. Free but please could you rsvp so we know numbers#
Venue: Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG
Please enter Tate Modern via the Café entrance which will be signposted. Parking is available on site and spaces can be reserved by calling 0207 887 8888
recommended drop off and pick up point for taxis and dial a ride is Holland Street cab rank, postcode SE1 9FU
Entrance Hosts will be available to assist to and from the entrance and through the building. A Radar Key operated Changing Places facility is available for people with personal care needs
If you have any questions about these events please email or call me it will be a pleasure to help
Contact: Marcus.DickeyHorley@tate.org.uk or call 07733110244
Marcus Dickey Horley Curator of Public Programmes and Visitor Experience Manager