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Art through words

Description sessions for blind and partially sighted visitors
Date
Thursday, 27 May 2021
Time
10.30 - 11.30 am BST
For blind and partially sighted
Available online only

About

Gallery Educators introduce paintings from the collection in these description sessions for blind and partially sighted visitors.

Join Katy Tarbard and Carlo Corsato for an audio description and discussion of Orazio Gentileschi's painting ‘The Finding of Moses’.

Image: Detail from Orazio Gentileschi, 'The Finding of Moses', early 1630s

Speakers

Dr Carlo Corsato is a Gallery Educator. Experienced in adult education, he teaches at Morley College and has lectured at the Courtauld Institute and University of St Andrews. He is passionate about history, digital technologies and audience engagement. His publications include ‘Lives of Titian’ and ‘Lives of Tintoretto’.
Katy Tarbard is a Gallery Educator with a decade of teaching and programming experience in our Education Department, and has taught at Bishopsgate and County Hall Gallery in London. Her areas of interest are the Italian Renaissance and British 19th-century paintings.

Access

The National Gallery aims to make access to the paintings enjoyable and welcoming to the widest possible public. There are a range of facilities to help you see the collection, visit exhibitions and come to events.

Supported by

Generously supported by the Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation

Talks & conversations

Art through words

Description sessions for blind and partially sighted visitors
Date
Thursday, 27 May 2021
Time
10.30 - 11.30 am BST
For blind and partially sighted
Available online only

Tickets (free)

This is an online event hosted on Zoom. Please book a ticket to access the event. You will receive your link to access the event in your email confirmation. Bookings close one hour before the event begins.