Talking Movemen…

Talking Movement  Adds Drumbeat to its Heartbeat How will a dancer describe rain drops beating down all at once on different surfaces when she cannot see them? What will a dancer tell about wind when he sees it move leaves but is unable to hear the rustling? It began with a search for ways to dance individual … Continue reading

LAST  CHANCE T…

LAST  CHANCE TO VISIT LUMINATO’S ‘THE ENCAMPMENT’ WITH AUDIO DESCRIPTION JUNE 23RD -24TH  !!  Dear art lovers, blind and low-vision patrons,  The Encampment art installation at Fort York is in its final weekend – Saturday and Sunday June 23 and 24. Please download the audio files now! Instructions are available in previous posts or at … Continue reading

GROUP VISIT TO “THE ENCAMPMENT” JUNE 21ST

PLEASE JOIN WANDA FITZGERALD & ROSE JACOBSON FOR AN INFORMAL AUDIO DESCRIBED GROUP VISIT  TO THE ENCAMPMENT AN ART INSTALLATION AT FORT YORK AS PART OF THE LUMINATO FESTIVAL THURSDAY JUNE 21ST  open 7:30 -11:00 pm Blind/low-vision patrons and companions are all welcome PLEASE RSVP TO ROSE JACOBSON jacobsonr@sympatico.ca Audio description created by Picasso PRO … Continue reading

note: Downloads…

NOTE: Downloads still being tested and will be available on June 8th. Live streaming is available now  TIPS FOR PLANNING A GREAT VISIT TO The Encampment; ///Re-PLY\\\; S/N [Signal to Noise] Audio Described Art Installations at the Luminato Festival: KEY INFO: The downloadable audio files and other details about audio description are found at http://www.luminato.com … Continue reading

Picasso PRO and Theatre Local Create Audio Descriptions for Luminato Festival’s Visual Arts Program, June 8th -17th, 2012

Picasso PRO is proud to announce our newest access initiative! Please click on the link to our Media Release: 2012-05-29_TAGGED_LUMINATO_Accessibility Release This June, three audacious art installations presented by Luminato’s Visual Arts Program will include recorded audio description created by Picasso PRO’s Rose Jacobson and Theatre Local’s Rebecca Singh, designed for blind and low vision patrons. … Continue reading