Art and dementia: Place and space
For people living with dementia and their carers
An opportunity for meaningful discussion and active engagement with a focus on selected contemporary sculptures. This session will explore the multiple forms sculpture can take, from minimalism to the use of ready-made objects.
Offered to individuals with their carers as well as groups, this tour is particularly for people living with younger-onset dementia. It will provide intellectual stimulation and encourage self-expression with an opportunity for participants to articulate their opinions about what they experience.
Part of our regular program of art and dementia events held throughout the year on the third Thursday of the month, with a different focus each month.
Image: Richard Serra Plate, pole, prop 1969, 1983, Art Gallery of NSW collection © Richard Serra. ARS/Licensed by Viscopy, Sydney
Thursday 16 February 2017, 10.30am
Free, bookings required
Bookings and enquiries: 02 9225 1740
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Assisted access for individuals or groups with specific requirements can be requested when booking
See also: Access
Duration 1 hour, 30 minutes
Location: Ticketing and information desk
Related exhibition: Primary structures and speculative forms
Related gallery: Contemporary galleries