Workshop for hearing-impaired disabilities

The Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography, a public cultural institution that operates under the authority of the Cluj County Council, organized on Thursday, December 16, 2021, a workshop on the traditional costume in the Năsăud area. It was a joint workshop for students with and without hearing impairments, with the aim of inclusion students with sensory impairments (hearing impairments this time) in the museum.

The event was organised within the project ToMiMEUs – Towards a multisensory and inclusive museum for individuals with sensory disabilities – funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

The project partners consists of an outstanding collaboration of researchers and practitioners who have a unique mix of skills and experience both inside and outside academia regarding people with sensory disabilities and/or museums. Ten formal partners constitute the consortium of this project: 4 formal partners are universities, 4 are museums, 1 IT company and 1 independent network of national museum organizations in Europe (Association Balkan Museum Network ABMN).

Theme: Overlay by Kaira TOMIMEUS Project
Cluj-Napoca, Romania