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Events - Workshops and Classes

VSA Texas is offering a free introduction workshop
on the Art of Audio Description

Saturday, September 13, 2014
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
AGE Building
3710 Cedar St.
Meeting Room 161
Austin, TX 78705

VSA Texas is offering a free taster workshop on “The Art of Audio Description”, an introductory class for those who would like to learn about audio description for the blind and low-visioned. Audio Description is the art of describing the visual aspects of a live performance, movie or museum exhibit not normally accessible to a person who is blind or visually impaired. Come find out what it is all about and also get trained on our brand new audio description equipment.

Be sure to bring lunch. Snacks and water provided. Please email RSVP to Lynn or call 512-454-9912.

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