A few impressions from the Sprengel Museum in Hanover, where we worked theoretically and practically with the participants at the conference for inclusive art education by Eucrea. It’s nice to see how sensitization and the multi-sensory principle change the exhibition space!
Photos: Hendrik Nölle
On Friday we braided arm-, bottle- and hairbands withMinas girls’ group – that was a wish of the last visit. Thanks for the great results and the good atmosphere : )
It may sound corny, but it’s true that paths are created by us walking them. This is especially true for barrier-free paths. Fortunately, we have a great team with many different feet, which have already walked and rolled many paths!
The Platz da’s (that’s how we were baptized recently : ) just planning many, new workshops and formats…we are curious and you may be too!
Wisdom in the heads
To enable various visitors with “disabilities” to visit a cultural institution that informs them, makes them feel safe and welcome by fulfilling accessibility is an important basis. To become a relevant place in their lives through the creation of a diverse programme by and for people with disabilities – that’s the highlight!
Photo: Jan Windszus