Spectra: Audio-described Tour

Supported by the Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion, UTS

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  • UTS Gallery

    Level 4, Peter Johnson Building (Building 6)
    702 Harris St, Ultimo,
    University of Technology, Sydney

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  • Free

This free audio-described tour of Spectra: The Art and Consequence of Collaboration presents the exhibition for blind or visually-impaired visitors, and is led by Imogen Yang, founder and Director of Insightful, an organisation dedicated to enhancing access to arts, culture & media. All are welcome to attend.

Please let us know your access requirements by emailing utsgallery@uts.edu.au or calling (02) 9514 1652.

About Imogen Yang, Founder/Director, Insightful
Imogen Yang is a freelance consultant with over 22 years of experience in arts management and collaborative project delivery, intercultural and inclusive arts practice, and a wide range of experience working in diverse cultural and community contexts, the NFP and government sectors. She founded Insightful in 2008, focusing on social justice, health equity and human rights initiatives and enhancing access to arts, culture and media for people with disability, specialising in audio description provision of access for people who are blind and vision impaired.

Spectra: The Art and Consequence of Collaboration presents eight Australian artists whose practices are characterised by a deep and innovative engagement with science. The exhibition explores the increasing convergence of art and science, and considers how each area can inform the other. The potency of crossdisciplinary collaboration lies in its ability to spark new ideas, provide critical perspectives on some of the great questions of our time, and develop new forms of expression that speak to the sophisticated technological era in which we live.

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