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March 28, 2006

4-23 DEAF Media Docent Tour - de Young Museum--International Arts and Crafts: William Morris to Frank Lloyd Wright

From: DEAF Media - USA - Mar 28, 2006

Join DEAF Media and the San Francisco Fine Arts Museums for a DEAF Media Docent* Tour of the new de Young Museum exhibition:

International Arts and Crafts:
William Morris to Frank Lloyd Wright

One of the most far-reaching and influential design movements of modern times, the Arts and Crafts Movement changed the very way people thought about work, design, and the home. The exhibition features more than 300 of the finest examples from turn-of-the-century Great Britain, Europe, America, and Japan...

with DEAF Media Docent:

Ron Trumble

Please note: Space is limited and preference is given to Deaf participants and their guests. If you are hearing, please request to be "wait listed." If space is available, we will confirm by 4-21. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

WHEN: Sunday, April 23, 9 a.m.*

*this special early entry to the exhibit gives us a little more time in the gallery with better visibility before the general public arrives.

WHERE: de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

ADMISSION: Free with RSVP - A voluntary $5. donation to the museum is suggested, however.
($15.00 at the door without RSVP)

TTY: (510) 841.0165
Voice: (510) 841.0163


MUSEUM INFO: (including driving/parking/transit) note: no cars in the park on Sunday. Can enter the parking garage, and/or park on neighboring streets and walk in. Directions will be sent with rsvp confirmation.

RON TRUMBLE is the owner and principal artist of Trumblewood in Berkeley, where his work includes a wide variety of styles such as Deco, Shaker, Japanese, and particularly the Arts and Crafts style, which he has studied extensively. He holds a BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology. He is Vice-president of the DEAF Media Board of Directors and Coordinator/Principal Artist for our Deaf Artists Workshops at the Oakland Museum.

is a project of DEAF Media--providing Deaf museum guides and lecturers for arts and cultural institutions in the S.F.Bay Area.

We hope you will join us there!

Susan D. Rutherford, Ph.D.
Executive Director

DEAF Media, Inc.
What is DEAF Media?
DEAF Media was established in 1974 as a Deaf arts and education non-profit corporation dedicated to the advocacy and development of cultural, educational and professional opportunities for the Deaf community. And, through the arts, DEAF Media promotes the awareness and acceptance of Deaf people by the general public. These goals are accomplished with a commitment to excellence through Deaf centered cultural events, school projects, television, and community partnerships with Bay Area cultural institutions. DEAF Media also provides information and referral, consultancy and technical assistance in the field of deafness, particularly with regard to the arts and communication.