Verbal Imaging Tour “What Can Art Do?”
Catastrophe and the Power of Art Related Program
Conducted in Japanese
A tour designed to give the visually impaired an opportunity to explore the “Catastrophe and the Power of Art” exhibition through dialogue with museum staff.
Join others in pondering the possibilities of art while viewing the exhibition alongside Mashimo Yayoi, who conducts workshops for the visually impaired and has visited the city of Christchurch, New Zealand to run workshops at local art festivals, starting immediately after the devastating earthquake there in 2011. The Verbal Imaging Tour is open to anyone, sighted or otherwise.
- Date & Time
- 10:00-12:15, November 23 [Fri], 2018 (Doors Open: 9:45)
- Mashimo Yayoi (Adjunct instructor, Tokyo Union Theological Seminary and Japan Lutheran College)
* For those with visual impairments
Please let us know when registering for the event if you would like to be met at Roppongi Station (Hibiya or Oedo Line ticket gates); whether you will be accompanied by a caregiver, or whether you will have a guide dog.
Notes on Bookings
- Please note that speakers are subject to change without prior notice.
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