I am reminded, in my wanderings around our museums and galleries, that it’s not always as easy for everyone else as it is for me. Last year, I taught a residential course on London’s history for the blind and deaf. At the end of the course they asked me to provide feedback on my experience and together we produced this mini-guide for speakers addressing the blind and deaf. It’s pretty good advice, even if everyone in the room can see and hear.
- On Elliot Rodger: ‘Nothing’s that simple, not even things that are simply awful.’
- Here’s to Cookie Cutters