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	Image: Brett Whiteley Self portrait in the studio 1976 (detail), oil, collage, hair on canvas. Purchased 1977 © Wendy Whiteley

Auslan tour: Drawing is everything

For visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing

Join Naomi Malone, Historian and Gallery Createability intern to discover how important drawing was in the creative and artmaking process for Brett Whiteley.

This tour will explore why Brett Whiteley is regarded as one of the most prominent Australian artists of the 20th century.

The Createability Internship Program is a partnership between Create NSW, the Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) and Accessible Arts to create opportunities across the arts, screen and cultural sectors for people with disability.

The tour will be delivered in English and will be Auslan interpreted.

Meet at information desk.

Part of our regular program of Auslan-interpreted events held throughout the year on the last Sunday of the month (except December), with a different focus each month.

Image: Brett Whiteley Self portrait in the studio 1976 (detail), oil, collage, hair on canvas. Purchased 1977 © Wendy Whiteley

Sunday 31 March 2019, 1.30pm

Free with exhibition entry
Bookings required

Bookings and enquiries: 02 9225 1740

Or email pp@ag.nsw.gov.au

Assisted access for individuals or groups with specific requirements can be requested

See also: Access

Duration 1 hour
Location: Ticketing and information desk

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