British Sign Language Tour 

Viewing of Annie Crabtree’s Body of Water, Platform: 2018. Photo: Sally Jubb Photography. 

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Our Deaf-led BSL Tour begins at Stills Gallery on Cockburn Street to see the photographer Cindy Sherman’s exhibition Early Works, 1975 - 80. From here we will walk up to the Institut Français d’Écosse on West Parliament Square, where we will see Sriwhana Spong’s installation and video work commissioned for the festival; Castle-Crystal. After a break for refreshments, we’ll head across the square to see another EAF commission; Nathan Coley’s The Future is Inside Us, It’s Not Somewhere Else, installed in the historic Parliament Hall.


The tour is led by Trudi Collier who leads BSL tours for the National Galleries and others. Trudi is a native BSL user with a strong interest in the arts having previously attended BSL tours all over the UK. She has a background in teaching and education. 


Suitable for BSL-using adults and children over 12.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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Saturday 17 August 



Various venues