Napoleon: Revolution to Empire launches Smart Auslan at the NGV!
Napoleon: Revolution to Empire brings the legend to life, majestically telling the story of Napoleon Bonaparte, a man who emerged from the chaos of the French Revolution to become one of the
world’s most powerful and visionary rulers.
This important exhibition heralds another first, the use of innovative technology called “Smart Auslan” that provides an accessible audio tour incorporating captions and Australian sign language, making the gallery accessible to a large and growing portion of the population.
The National Gallery of Victoria is the first cultural institution in Australia to provide a truly inclusive experience for Deaf and hearing impaired visitors.
Accessing Smart Auslan at the NGV
Please click here to view in Auslan and captions
To access Smart Auslan download the Smart Auslan app from your smartphone’s app store. The app is available on both Android and iPhone.
When you visit the National Gallery of Victoria, open the app on your phone and select your venue – the NGV. Then select your option: do you like to hear the audio and have captions? Or perhaps you are signing Deaf and would like to have the information in Auslan with captions?
Simply enter in the exhibit’s number into the text box on the screen and access the relevant exhibit’s information.
- Start Date:
- Finish Date:
- Event Times:
- Open daily from 10am to 5pm from 2 June to 7 October 2012 and until 9pm every Wednesday.
- Adult $26, Concession $22.50, Child (ages 5 to 15) $10, Family (2 adults + 3 children) $65.
- Type of Event:
- Venue Name:
- National Gallery of Victoria
- 180 St Kilda Road Melbourne
- Contact Phone:
- 8620 2222
- Melbourne Metro
- Access information:
- Auslan Interpreted
- Visual elements:
- 100% Visual Content