Idea Thursday, March 8, 2018 21071 hits

A world of baroque surpluses, more than the eye can see

In the organization of the Baroque Museum and the Institute for Tourism, Sport and Youth Šmarje pri Jelšah we would like to start testing and developing a new kind of tourist program where tourists can experience cultural heritage in the dark. We aim to improve access to cultural heritage for deaf, blind and other visually impaired persons who might experience this heritage with henses. In the Museum we can walk past the sculptures and also touch them; through this, we are able to fully experience them and take a closer look into sculpting techniques of the mid 18th century. We also target on persons who are able to see and hear without limits. The idea is that we take away their hearing and sight abilities using various objects, so they can experience cultural heritage in the dark. We plan to organize 4 programs which can be interesting for children, deaf, blind, visually impaired, movement-impaired persons and others. We will also recruit experts for deaf, blind and visually impaired persons who will advise us on how to organize the program, and for professional support for children we will include the preschool teachers as well.





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