Visual Arts, Museum and Screen
Mind’s Eye offers regular audio described tours around galleries and museums. Venues worked with include Manchester Art Gallery, The Lowry, The Imperial War Museum North, Gallery Oldham, Manchester Museum and The Harris Art Gallery and Museum in Preston.
Henshaws Society for Blind People in Manchester organises regular visits, with up to 30 people in attendance.
Audio guides have been produced for Tate Liverpool, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester Museum, The Lowry, the Harris, the Upstream Showcase in Brighton, DADAFest in Liverpool, and for the Altered Images exhibition, which toured Ireland.
Anne Hornsby also works with individual artists to address access, including Helen Thomas, Robert Bryce Muir, Naomi Kendrick, Sally Booth and Alison Jones.
Genres covered include painting, photography, sculpture, mixed media, installations, live arts, and film.
Anne Hornsby is an accredited Trainer and runs training programmes for staff and volunteers to provide an introduction to Audio Description. Clients include: the National Gallery, National Museums Liverpool, St Andrews University, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin Contemporary, the Manchester Art Gallery and the Lowry.
Mind’s Eye has provided live and recorded description for various films and film festival events including the Disability Film Festival, held at the National Film Theatre, the BFI Gay and Lesbian Film Festivals, the Times Festival and most recently the recorded introduction for the Muscular Dystrophy Trailblazers Campaign Film.Back to Top