I deliver art tours in BSL (British Sign Language) drawing on my art degrees, skills and experience in the art sector, and art history knowledge obtained working with major museums and galleries across the UK. My clients include the British Museum, MK Gallery, the National Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery, the Photographers’ Gallery, the Tate, the Wellcome Collection, and the Whitechapel Gallery.
My tours are well attended by both Deaf and mainstream audiences who value my knowledge and the insight I have into art from a Deaf perspective. On my tours, I help audiences look more deeply into all aspects of an exhibition, from learning about the artists shown to understanding curatorial decisions made.
‘I have enjoyed working with Chisato on a number of occasions as part of my research project. I am impressed with how committed, well prepared and flexible she is, and she interacts with the general public (hearing and Deaf) in a wonderfully engaging manner.’Dr Ellen Adams, Dept of Classics, KCL
2020/21 dates to be confirmed because of COVID-19.
Poetic response to Kara Walker at Tate
Judith with the Head of Holofernes at Royal Collection Trust, London in 2021
Tantra: enlightenment to revolution at British Museum, London in 2020
Titian’s Bacchus and Ariadne at the National Gallery, London, in 2020
Floating Worlds: Japanese Woodcuts exhibition at Brighton Museum in 2019
By Courtesy of Tate and Dafydd Jones