In celebration of International Dog Day (26th of August), Launceston’s dAda mUse welcomed Paris the ambassador dog for a wander amongst some of Salvador Dalì’s iconic fruits and floral works on paper. This adorable visit not only celebrates the profound service and impact guide dogs have on our community but also the chance for donations to be made in support of Guide Dogs Tasmania.
“Paris was the sweetest and most humble visitor we have had so far. It is so important to have these opportunities and to build these relationships so we can advocate for and support our community. It makes me feel excited to be part of dAda mUse” said Amy Baillie, Visitor Service Officer.
Paris’ visit to dAda mUse reminds us of the importance of inclusivity and accessibility in arts spaces. By supporting guide dog services, the gallery is taking a step towards creating a more inclusive community where everyone can enjoy the world of Dalì.
For more information about Guide Dogs Tasmania visit https://guidedogstas.com.au/