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Arnolfini will be offering two audio described tours for our blind and visually impaired visitors to introduce our summer exhibitions: Nengi Omuku: The Dance of People and The Natural World and Adébayo Bolaji: In Praise of Beauty.

There will be sighted guides available and complimentary tea and coffee will be served in the café bar so people can have a chat about the work afterwards.

These tours will be held before the galleries open so that our Visitors Services team are able to lead Audio Descriptive tours without visitors being disturbed by the public.

Free event. But please email to book a space.

Tour 1: Saturday 27 July 10am to 11am
Tour 2: Saturday 3 August 10am to 11am

About the Artist

Nengi Omuku

Nigerian artist Nengi Omuku’s exhibition The Dance of People and the Natural World at Arnolfini Summer 2024.

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A colour photograph of artist Adébayo Bolaji stood in between his artworks No Beauty Without Struggle and The Vessel, both of which are 400cm in height. Adébayo Bolaji is dressed in a long, black coat over a peach coloured shirt and pale green trousers. He wears brown shoes and a dark blue, woolen hat with the word Celine stitched in white. He has just above shoulder length black hair and a beard and looks directly at the camera.

Adébayo Bolaji

Adébayo Bolaji, is a multi-disciplinary artist living and working in London, England. At the centre of his practice is the dialogue of change and the focus of the individual within a connecting society.

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