Between February 7-11, 2022, a 5-day face-to-face training course took place in Athens, Greece, at the Nicholas and Dolly Goulandris Foundation Museum of Cycladic Art, within the Erasmus+ project ”ToMIMEUs: Towards a Multisensory and Inclusive Museum for Individuals with Sensory Disabilities”.
The training was organised by the University of Thessaly and the Nicholas and Dolly Goulandris Foundation Museum of Cycladic Art.
The participants have come from Romania, Hungary, Turkey and Greece.
The workshops within the course had the following subjects: museum visits and accessibility barriers for deaf and hard of hearing persons, presentation of the Museum of Cycladic Art Program for individuals with sensory disabilities, experiential presentation of the mobile showcase, improving experiences for visitors with multiple disabilities and/or dual sensory impairment, making visible the non-visible, space, access and engagement. Participants had a chance to visit the museum and also to learned from a visual disabled person how to improve the offer for visual impaired persons.