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Gallery Talk: Verbal Description: The Many Faces of Hercules

November 21, 2017
Meet in Griffin Court
Free with museum admission

The legendary Greek hero finds himself in some unexpected places throughout the museum’s collection. Treat yourself to this scavenger hunt of the many faces, forms, roles, and tales of Hercules with museum educator Lucas Livingston. This interactive public tour emphasizes multi-sensory engagement and verbal description for people who are blind or partially sighted and is open to all visitors.

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Roman. Statuette of Hercules, 2nd century A.D. Katherine K. Adler Memorial Fund.