Tips on producing an audio descriptive guide for museums and galleries
VocalEyes, the organisation that provides opportunities for blind and partially sighted people to experience the arts, has produced a new guide for museums, galleries and heritage sights wanting to provide a recorded audio descriptive guide for visitors with sight loss.
The 13-page guide covers topics such as the time needed to produce an audio descriptive guide, advice on what should/should not be included, the need for navigation information, staff training and marketing. You can read the guide here.
For more information about VocalEyes, visit their website.
Posted on the 1st of April 2019