National Gallery of Modern Art presents programs for the differently abled on the occasion of International Sign Language Day
Like every year, this time too International Day of Sign Languages was celebrated on 23rd September. On this occasion, the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi (NGMA) also organized a program for the differently-abled and others. It also highlighted the role of museums in uniting communities.
In a press release issued by NGMA (National Gallery of Modern Art, NGMA), it has been said that it has done a lot of work towards making the museum a democratic place, which provides facilities to all, including the differently-abled. NGMA's spectacular series of exhibitions began with the display of mementos received by Hon'ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi in sign language.
After this, the national anthem was sung in sign language by the Sai Swayam Society for the Speech and Hearing Impaired. The scintillating performance by the young artists included a puppet show, magic, and a musical performance by 'Anhad', a talented band of visually impaired people.
Temsunaro Jamir, Director, NGMA said that keeping in mind the International Day of Sign Languages, we have come up with several innovative solutions to keep people with disabilities connected with the events happening in the museum. have been presented. To make International Sign Language Day more meaningful, we have organized special tours in sign language for the differently abled.