VIP Gallery Visit to The National Gallery, Dublin on Saturday March 12 2016 at 11.30

This is an open invitation to the visually impaired and blind community in Ireland to collaborate in a visually impaired visit to the National Gallery in Dublin on March 12th 2016 at 11.30.
A visually impaired tour of the National Gallery is a specific tour of some of the paintings in the permanent collection of the gallery which have been presented in swell drawing form. A swell drawing is a raised tactile line drawing which is available to touch.
As part of my practice I document the visits using text, photographs and video with the permission of the collaborators. If anyone does not wish to be photographed or in the video that is perfectly fine.
Start time is 11.30
End time is 12.45 approx
Meeting point is at the reception just inside the door of the gallery, this is temporarily located on Clare Street during the renovations to the main gallery building directions below.
To book a place please contact Clare Mc Laughlin on 086 3091653.
Directions to the National Gallery of Ireland
Located in the city centre, in the heart of Georgian Dublin, the Gallery is easily accessible on foot, and by public transport.
On foot: The Gallery is less than ten minutes on foot from St Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street.
By DART: Pearse Station is five minutes from the Gallery.
By LUAS: If travelling via the Green Line, alight at St. Stephen’s Green. The Gallery is a short walk from here. If travelling via the Red Line, alight at Abbey Street, which is about 20 minutes from the Gallery.

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