National Waterfront Museum, Swansea
As well as trying out the National Waterfront Museum's accessible tools, you can also explore the Achievers Gallery with a recently produced tactile booklet. Working closely with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), all gallery text featured has been made fully accessible to those with visual impairment. Tactile images have been created from photographs by removing certain elements of the picture to simplify it and each panel has been converted into braille.
Activities on offer throughout the day include:
Object Handling Session:
This session will be hosted by Modern & Contemporary Industry Curator, Ian Smith and Exhibitions Officer, Jacqui Roach.
A drop in session run by the museum's education team. Come and use the new printer and create something special for you to take away!
Take part in a British Sign Language (BSL) Tour led by Modern & Contemporary Industry Curator Ian Smith and a BSL interpreter from Visit Wales. The museum's first ever BSL tour will explore parts of the new gallery and its collection allowing you to gain a greater insight into Welsh Industry