The National Gallery of Art – 75 Years/75 Stories with ASL interpretation April 1st – 3rd
75 Years/75 Stories – April 1 to April 3rd
In celebration of the Gallery’s 75th anniversary we are offering 75 Years/75 Stories, a three day program of short, engaging “pop-up” talks (10-15 minutes) about works of art in the collection on Friday, April 1, Saturday, April 2, and Sunday, April 3. Two or three talks each day will be interpreted into ASL. A full program will be available on-site on each day of the event. (See Download)
The National Gallery of Art – April 10th
ASL at the NGA: An Introduction to the National Gallery Collection
The monthly ASL at the NGA tour is coming up on Sunday, April 10 at 1:00 pm. The tour meets in the Rotunda of the West Building of the National Gallery of Art.
The tour is also interpreted into spoken English so all are welcome!
Please let me know if you have any questions about this program.
ASL Video Tour
We now have a free self-guided ASL video tour available for use online and in the galleries! The Director’s Tour (West Building highlights) has been interpreted into 27 ASL videos. Stop by the Acoustiguide desk just inside the Mall entrance on Madison Avenue to check out an Acoustiguide device and receive written instructions on accessing the tour.
The videos can also now be viewed online!
Assistive Listening Devices Available
ALDs are available for use on any public tour with three weeks’ advance notice if possible. To view a full listing of tours visit www.nga.gov and click on the “Calendar” tab near the upper right corner. Then contact Lorena Baines email@example.com or 202-842-6905 to arrange the use of ALDs.
To find more programs in ASL in the Washington, DC area, including museums and theaters, check out the Calendar of Events for the DC Arts & Access Network! http://www.dcaan.org/my-calendar/