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Accessible communication: clear language and graphic design

Online

8 and 9 November, 3-6 pm (Lisbon) Online (Zoom) Trainer: Maria Vlachou Errors in communication (visual and written) are common and repeated and continue to prevent visitors form having access to the content of exhibitions and other media. Museum professionals and designers complain about a mutual misunderstanding as to the role and responsibilities of each… Weiterlesen »Accessible communication: clear language and graphic design

€30

Spaces of Sickness and Wellbeing: Disabling Spaces / Spaces of Disability‘ round table

Online

A roundtable of scholars, chaired by Rebecca Wynter, will frame new ways of looking at space through the prism of disability. Sign up here In 1983, UK academic-activist Mike Oliver coined the term ‘social model of disability’. The social model helped spotlight the ableism of the built and material environment, which ensured disablement and sustained… Weiterlesen »Spaces of Sickness and Wellbeing: Disabling Spaces / Spaces of Disability‘ round table

Kostenlos

The Activist Museum

Online

Hier zum nachschauen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSEytwLbL-Q  The Activist Museum brings together projects which share a concern for democratic practice, human rights and equitable museum spaces. The Activist Museum The Research Centre for Museums and Galleries (RCMG) in the School of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester is delighted to invite you to ‘The Activist Museum’. The… Weiterlesen »The Activist Museum

Kostenlos

Taking Over the New Normal – Heritage Conference

Online

There's a 'new normal' in heritage venues - find out how our partnership work can help you to support disability access. About this event Cardiff People First is run by people with a learning disability. Over the years they have partnered with Museum of Cardiff and Glamorgan Archives to create innovative ground-breaking projects. Their Take… Weiterlesen »Taking Over the New Normal – Heritage Conference

Disability History Month: Intellectual Disability in England, 1750-1900 – Dr Simon Jarrett

Online

Hier zum Nachschauen: https://mmutube.mmu.ac.uk/media/Simon+Jarrett+Long+cap+BSL/1_r6n048qx About this event Dr Jarrett traces the little-known lives of people with learning disabilities from the communities of eighteenth-century England to the nineteenth-century asylum and care in today’s society. Using evidence from civil and criminal court-rooms, joke books, slang dictionaries, novels, art and caricature, this talk brings into sharp focus the… Weiterlesen »Disability History Month: Intellectual Disability in England, 1750-1900 – Dr Simon Jarrett

ICOM Massive Open Online Course: Creating Meaningful and Inclusive Museum Practices

Online

ICOM is proud to announce the launch of its first MOOC: “Creating Meaningful and Inclusive Museum Practices” Online Anmeldung On 29 November the first ICOM Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) will be online and available to all on the Future Learn platform: “Creating Meaningful and Inclusive Museum Practices”.  The course will encourage museum professionals to explore a… Weiterlesen »ICOM Massive Open Online Course: Creating Meaningful and Inclusive Museum Practices

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Time to Act: How lack of knowledge in the cultural sector creates barriers for disabled artists and audiences

Online

Launch of Final Report: Time to Act: How lack of knowledge in the cultural sector creates barriers for disabled artists and audiences About this event Join the British Council, On the Move, and the partners of Europe Beyond Access as we launch this ground-breaking major new study, spanning 42 countries, into the barriers that disabled… Weiterlesen »Time to Act: How lack of knowledge in the cultural sector creates barriers for disabled artists and audiences

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All Together Now: Embedding Community Participation

Online

Museums have the power to change lives – not least through active public participation and engaging with diverse communities, sharing collections and knowledge. The one-day event looks at how museums are engaging with underserved audiences and working with community interest groups in participatory and equitable ways. It examines the impact the Covid pandemic has had… Weiterlesen »All Together Now: Embedding Community Participation

£30 – £60

Online Get-Together – ARGE Inklusives Museum #3

Online

Viele von euch sind in den letzten eineinhalb Jahren auf digitale Angebote umgestiegen. Neue Programme wurden entwickelt und bereits bestehende Programme digital angepasst. Wir dachten uns, dass wir mit einer Reihe kurzer Projektpräsentationen (3-5 Minuten) anfangen und dann gemeinsam diskutieren. Wir würden gerne von euren inklusiven online Programmen hören und laden alle ein, die etwas… Weiterlesen »Online Get-Together – ARGE Inklusives Museum #3

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Transformative Futures online: Jamila Prowse – Making art accessible

Online

Link to Online Registration In this workshop, disabled artist and writer Jamila Prowse will delve into the creative possibilities of art accessibility. About this event In this workshop, disabled artist and writer Jamila Prowse will delve into the creative possibilities of access adjustments. From audio description to closed captions, alt-text and remote viewing, Jamila will… Weiterlesen »Transformative Futures online: Jamila Prowse – Making art accessible

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Curating Discomfort

Online

Curating Discomfort is looking at ways outside of traditional museum authority to explore the interpretation of contested collections. Online Registration  About this event The culture, heritage and museum sector are beginning to understand that much of their collections reveal uncomfortable histories and that the representation of Scotland’s imperial and colonial past need addressed to change… Weiterlesen »Curating Discomfort

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