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BOZAR is pleased to propose guided visits with accompanying sign language for all deaf or hearing-impaired persons. This enables you to discover our exhibitions in the company of guides who are themselves deaf and who accompany your visit with commentaries in LSFB (Belgian French Sign Language), VGT (Flemish Sign Language) and ISL (International Sign Language).

This also gives you the opportunity to ask even the most detailed questions in your own language. Our specially trained guides will be pleased to welcome individuals and associations alike. In addition, children attending a type7 special school can explore our exhibitions thanks to the discovery trails complete with a caddie full of creative material and sign language support. Young people aged 12-26 are also catered for, with visual keys placing the emphasis on developing a critical reflection and view. So have a great time at BOZAR!

Individuel

Picasso. Sculptures
16.02.2017 - 18:30-20:00, LSBF

Prices
Per participant: €12

Reservations
Reservation needed, limited amount of tickets
+32 2 507 82 00 – tickets@bozar.be

Adults and associations

Prices
Per guide: €77 – €97 (weekends and late night openings)  / € 30 (associations)
Per participant: One entrance ticket to the exhibition, various reductions are available
Maximum: 15 people per guide
Length: 1.5 hours

Reservations
+32 (0)2 507 83 36 - groups@bozar.be

Education

Prices
Per guide: €30
Per participant: €1 for entry to the exhibition
Maximum: 15 people per guide
Length: 1.5 hours

Reservations
+32 (0)2 507 83 36 - groups@bozar.be


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