Training session in Bakery Museum Veurne

Inter organised a training session in the Bakery Museum (Bakkerijmuseum) in Veurne, on 18 April 2017. The focus of the conference was accessibility of museums and exhibitions. Personnel of the Bakery Museum and Bruges Beer Museum interacted with two experts by experience (a blind and a deaf person).

Training accessibility of museums - Bakery Museum Veurne

During the first part, Herman Caulier (Blindenzorg; a blind person) and Filip Verstraete (Fevlado; a deaf person) shared their experiences about visiting museums with a sensory impairment. They gave insight in their needs and provided the audience with useful tips and tricks.

Filip Verstrate lecturing in sign language

Before lunch, we visited the museum with the focus on sensory impairment. Some participants wore distorted glasses to mimick visual impairment.

visit to the Bakery Museum

visit to the Bakery Museum visit to the Bakery Museum - touching objects

In the afternoon, Bart Vermandere (Inter; architect – accessibility expert) gave a lecture on universal design and how to integrate accessibility in museums.

Bart Vermandere on universal design and accessibility in museums

The reactions were positive. You can find the presentation on the Training Sessions page.

For more information about the training, please contact Inter.

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