Please see below for more information and contact details.
A big thanks to the James N Kirby Foundation for supporting our Access & Inclusion Program 2018.
Visitors with disability and their carers are invited to participate in a free Tactile Tour of some of the sculpture in the exhibition with experienced guides. Individuals, school students and groups from disability service organisations are all encouraged to take up this opportunity.
Tactile Tours are designed to introduce visitors with disability to new ways of experiencing and enjoying contemporary sculpture through informed discussion and touch. The works selected for each tour have been nominated by both the Artists and the Sculpture by the Sea Site Manager as being safe to touch and are in accessible areas.
Verbal descriptions of the sculpture visited during the tours are offered to participants who are blind or vision-impaired.
Times and Dates: weekdays (Mon 22 – Fri 26 Oct and Mon 29 Oct – Fri 2 Nov 2018) from 10am
Location: Marks Park
Bookings are essential and are tailored to meet the interests and requirements of each participant.
Contact: [email protected]
Call: 02 8399 0233
Young people are invited to take part in a supervised transition to work program. This involves working in our Surry Hills office once a week pre exhibition and experiencing and contributing towards the behind the scenes preparation that takes place in organising a huge cultural event like Sculpture by the Sea. Participants can also (or may prefer instead) to join the Sculpture by the Sea volunteer team on site during exhibition. They will be supported in developing skills in areas like visitor services, catalogue sales or office assistance. Participants are invited to deliver a ‘My Perspective’ tour. With encouragement and individual support with a trained educator they will prepare and present some of their favourite sculptures, in public, to Tactile Tour audiences.
For further information please contact [email protected]
These insightful talks offer visitors the chance to meet Artists and to hear their stories and perspectives about their work. From the comfort of an Aqualand bean bag, these talks take place each Saturday and Sunday of the exhibition. This public program will be AUSLAN interpreted on Sunday 21 October, Saturday 27 October , Sunday 28 October, Saturday 3 November and Sunday 4 November.
No bookings required.
For information contact [email protected]