Join this audio description tour and investigate the processes artists use to make artworks
Work made in the studio can be intimate or monumental. In this audio described tour artist Sally Booth selects a variety of portraits, paintings and sculptures from the Tate collection which explore themes of intimacy and intensity.
Sally Booth is a visual artist living and working in London. Being visually impaired has been a significant factor in the development of Booth’s art practice and professional career. Working in drawing and painting, she explores transparency and obscurity in relation to her own vision, using panoramic formats, scrolls and transparent materials.
No booking required. This tour takes place seated in the gallery. Sighted companions and guide dogs are welcome.
Please join us in the Community Room (in the Blavatnik building, next to Terrace Café) for tea and coffee from 15.30 before the tour.
The tour will take place from 16.00 – 17.30.
If you have any other access needs that you would like to let us know about please contact: Anna Murray, Assistant Curator: Access firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7887 8888
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