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Recurring Event American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreted Tour

A Warhol educator stands to the left, speaking to an audience and gesturing with her hands. Bright, large, colorful Andy Warhol paintings hang on the walls of a gallery space in the background. Her audience is mostly teenagers. Some are standing in the middle ground behind her, and most are seated to the right, watching her intently.

Photo by Sean Carroll

Join one of our artist educators and an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter for an hour-long exploration of our galleries. This tour examines Andy Warhol’s life and times with ASL interpretation, and is intended for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Space is limited and registration is required.


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