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Relaxed Viewing of Noguchi

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A Relaxed Viewing of Noguchi, an exhibition celebrating Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi.

Throughout the run of the exhibition we will be hosting a small number of relaxed viewings. These are intended for anyone who may benefit from a very relaxed environment, where you can enter and exit more freely.

Carers visit for free.

A few things to know about the relaxed view:
•    Exhibition capacity is reduced to allow a calmer environment
•    The Front of House team are briefed on providing a more informal service
•    A quiet space is provided with comfortable seating
•    Advance booking is essential but visitors can arrive when they want. Just be aware that the viewing will last 90 minutes in total.
•    If visitors have a particular requirement, or any questions ahead of their visit, do let us know and we will do everything we can to accommodate any requests. 
 

Under 14s can visit for free

Wheelchair spaces, free companion seats may now be booked online. 

Please select the relevant preferences on the access registration page during your booking so we can provide you with the correct information and discounts. 

Booking a wheelchair space: Select a seat displaying the wheelchair user icon and then select wheelchair user ticket type. The ticket will be priced at the lowest price for that event. If you need an essential companion, please select the E icon next to the wheelchair space you have selected. 

Booking essential companion tickets: Please select at least two tickets and one of them will be automatically discounted to zero in the basket. 

Visitors with access requirements who have joined our Access Membership scheme may be eligible for reductions on tickets. Find more information about our Access Membership scheme

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Introducing Isamu Noguchi

Assistant Curator at The Noguchi Museum in New York, Kate Wiener introduces the life and work of Japanese American sculptor, Isamu Noguchi, drawing from Noguchi’s autobiographical writings and documents from The Noguchi Museum Archives.

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