BSL events page

The Gallery offers a programme of monthly events interpreted with British Sign Language (BSL) or led in BSL on the last Thursday of each month at 19.30. Quarterly events are also programmed for families and young people with either BSL or communication support available.

Keep up to date with all BSL events and activities at the Gallery by joining our new Facebook page where you can find information on the full BSL programme, view photos from past events and share feedback on our regular sessions.

Supported by the Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation.

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Upcoming BSL events

Events (4)

Sunday Session: Print It!

Sunday Session: Print It!

  • Young People
  • BSL

8 January 2017, 11:00-16:00
Please check signage on the day for details
Free

Learn techniques and make your own design inspired Reproducing Fame: Print Makers and the Victorian Stage display. Communication support on request. For ages 14 to 21 years only.

BSL Gallery Tour: Luc Tuymans: Glasses

BSL Gallery Tour: Luc Tuymans: Glasses

  • Late Shift||Talks and Lectures
  • BSL

A part of Late Shift
26 January 2017, 19:30
Meet in the Main Hall
Free

Chisato Minamimura looks at the display of internationally renowned Belgian painter Luc Tuymans portraits of sitters wearing glasses. Led in BSL with interpretation into English.

Holiday Activities: Looking Good

Holiday Activities: Looking Good

  • Family||Workshop
  • BSL

13 February 2017, 14:30
Please check signage on the day for details
Free

Join in with a range of workshops from animation to set design with our artist-led sessions.

BSL Tour: Reproducing Fame: Printmakers and the Nineteenth Century Stage

BSL Tour: Reproducing Fame: Printmakers and the Nineteenth Century Stage

  • Late Shift||Talks and Lectures
  • BSL

A part of Late Shift
23 February 2017, 19:30
Meet in the Main Hall
Free

Join John Wilson for a tour of prints depicting costumes, gestures and expressions of actors and singers from the Victorian Stage. Led in BSL.


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