actions Visually Impaired Public

The Réseau Art Nouveau Network will approach the issue of making Art Nouveau heritage accessible to the visually impaired public through a number of Innovation Labs for our partners. The central objective of this action is to challenge misconceptions that heritage such as Art Nouveau can only be experienced and enjoyed using visual senses. The process requires the development of alternative ways of communicating the emotions of a piece of art, design or architecture, so they can be translated for the visually impaired: The aim is to explore Art Nouveau in three different dimensions: perceptive, conceptual and expressive, and to encourage different levels of experience: individual, bilateral communication between the guide and visitor and group exchanges of impressions and ideas. The rich use of materials and form in Art Nouveau makes it an ideal subject for equally valid sensory experiences.

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First Innovation Lab,Bruxelles-Brussel
Visually Impaired Public

Second innovation lab
Visually Impaired Public

The publication of a “good practices” manual aimed at professionals involved in the diffusion of Art Nouveau heritage in general and at museums and monuments staff in particular who will be able to use it as a guide in the promotion and diffusion of Art Nouveau heritage to visually impaired public.

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