New Program! Stories in Art in ASL
Stories in Art introduces children (ages 4 to 7) to art through careful looking, storytelling, and hands-on experimentation. Led by museum educators, each program includes reading a children’s book, exploring one work of art in the galleries, and completing a simple, hands-on activity. Each program is approximately 60 minutes. Click here for more information about the Stories in Art program.
Four sessions of this program will be conducted by a deaf guide entirely in American Sign Language:
Sunday, July 10, 3:30-4:30
Sunday, July 17, 3:30-4:30
Sunday, July 24, 3:30-4:30
Sunday, July 31, 3:30-4:30
Voice interpretation into English will also be provided. Advanced registration is required.
ASL at the NGA: An Introduction to the National Gallery Collection
Tours of the West and East Building collections are offered in American Sign Language (ASL), with voice interpretation into English, the second Sunday of each month at 1 pm.
For more information, including specific dates, meeting places, and tour content, please visit the ASL tours page.
Art for ASL Learners Tours
A tour designed specifically for students learning ASL. Groups (minimum 10 participants) join a guide for a 60-minute tour and discussion led entirely in ASL. A voice interpreter can be provided upon request. Offered by appointment only. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book a tour.
ASL Video Tour
Discover 26 essential works in the collection of the National Gallery of Art through a video tour conducted in ASL. The tour is available on all Gallery Acoustiguide devices, which may be borrowed free of charge at the Acoustiguide desk in the West Building Rotunda. Printed instructions for borrowing and using the devices are also available.
Tours by request
ASL interpreted tours of the permanent collection and special exhibitions for visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing are available upon request. To make an appointment, please call (202) 842-6905 or e-mail email@example.com three weeks in advance.