LIVERPOOL’S Walker Art Gallery in William Brown Street stages a free British Sign Language interpreted talk on Tuesday  (August 16, 1pm-2pm) at the current exhibition Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911.

The display explores a ground-breaking exhibition held by the Sandon Studio Society in Liverpool a century ago which displayed international Post-Impressionist artworks alongside local avant-garde artists.

Featuring work by van Gogh, Matisse, Gauguin and Signac, Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911 looks at the relationship between the pioneering exhibition 100 years ago and Liverpool’s radicalism.

It also examines the reaction of Liverpool’s artistic and political establishments to the major unrest in the city, which resulted in mass demonstrations and troops on the streets.

Collect your ticket from the information desk on the day or book via email:

Another BSL talk will be staged on Wednesday September 14