In Touch Tour
– Fired

Friday 4 and Saturday 5 October 2019

Opening Hours: 11am–3pm

An exhibition dedicated to sculptures made out of ceramic.
Exhibiting artists: Annie Campbell, Pablo C Delgado, Jenny Pope, Hans K Clausen, Kjersti Sletteland

The installation is specifically designed for access by touch and presented for blind, partially sighted and sighted people.

Tours at:
Friday: 10am (FULL), 12.30pm and 2pm.
Saturday: 11am, 12.30pm, 2pm
Please allow up to an hour for your visit.
Booking preferred. To book, email: lynn@edinburghsculpture.org or phone 07741 495450


Venue: Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop Research Space
Address: 21 Hawthornvale, Newhaven, Edinburgh EH6 4JT
Buses: 7 or 11 to Dudley Crescent / Newhaven Road. 10 or 16 to Hawthornvale / Lindsay Road
Free Parking in the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop car park.
Excellent pedestrian and cycle access via the cycle path.



The previous In Touch Tour: Hand Held was held on
Friday 10 & Saturday 11 May 2019
An exhibition dedicated to sculptures made out of metal, with works by exhibiting artists: Kate Ive, Bethany Marett, Gordon Munro and Maja Quille.

Two images: left - visitors seated around a rectangular table hear about the exhibition before the tour, right - three groups of visitors surround a round table holding metal sculptures on grey or black cushions.

 

Three images: left - close up of fingers reading a label in braille, with printed text above; middle - two visitors stand at a table holding two sculptures, one visitor is reading the braille label; right - close up photo, showing an iron sculpture on a black cushion, and the hands of a visitor reading a braille label.