What is Open Museum doing? What inclusive and participatory projects are our Museums setting up? We keep you updated here.

Women in Art in the Street – 11 & 12 Dec.

Through this original projection (outside the walls of museums), we wish to contribute, on our scale, to the rehabilitation and cultural recognition of the many women artists omitted from art, history and general culture courses. Women In Art in the street will take place on the 11th and 12th of December 2021 from 17:00 to 22:00, in Brussels, Belgium. (Past event)

BELvue Museum: Inclusive Digital Content for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

In creating content with the deaf and hard of hearing in mind, the BELvue has successfully created two new activities that can be used by all people visiting their institution. Starting from a place of empathy, we can all work to create initiatives that better serve the people around us.

What Does the Publics Want? Tell Us @ Museum of Ixelles

The adventure of an in-depth consultation of how the public interacts with the Museum of Ixelles.

Multi-sensorial Experience – Van Abbemuseum

With over 25 multi-sensory tools, including texts in Braille, scent interpretations, tactile drawings and soundscapes, Delinking and Relinking represents the first, fully multi-sensory collection display in the Netherlands. Besides enriching the museum experience for everyone, the exhibition is accessible to a wide audience, including visually or hearing-impaired visitors and wheelchair users.

CIVA – Institution Building

27 August – 7 November 2021
The exhibition ‘Institution Building’ displays and questions the different elements of a museum – not only the most visible parts (such as the exhibition) but also the less public.

Belgium Bearpride – Horta Museum by Visit Brussels

1 October 2021

Horta Museum GROUP VISIT

(PAST EVENT)

“Congo in Conversation” Géopolis

From September 9th to October 24th, Géopolis will present “Congo in Conversation”, winner of the 11th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Prize, a collaborative reportage documenting the human, social, and ecological challenges that the Democratic Republic of Congo is facing today.
(past event)

App “Centre Pompidou accessibilité” – Autism in the Museum

“As part of its commitment to enhancing accessibility to its spaces and cultural offerings, the Centre Pompidou offers a free visitor assistance application available on phone and tablet (Apple and Android).

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