The Association of the Alternative Methods of Social Insertion is preparing a special SenseAbility edition at the upcoming Long Night of Museums.
The association is inviting everyone on Saturday, May 21st to the first exhibition in Bucharest where the tact comes to the fore. Visitors can touch the exhibits at the Tactile Museum to discover part of the works created by the students of the “Ion Mincu” Architecture and Urbanism University during workshops held from 1955 to 1990.
Visitors will receive AMAis glasses and canes to explore the exhibits based on their other senses than the visual one. When you cannot count on the visual sense, all other surrounding elements become the real benchmarks to discover the space: echo, smell, textures, proportions, sized, temperature.
The experience has a double target: to raise awareness for the visually impaired and to endorse the action of socially inserting one of the disadvantaged categories in Romania.
The rendez-vous will be Saturday, every fifteen minutes from 5 to 8 p.m. at the “Fountain” in the Universitate Square (“Ion Mincu” Architecture University).
There will be four tours with six-person groups at 17:30, 18:30, 19:30 and 20:30.
Further details at https://www.facebook.com/events/1014551851963782/
Reservations at 0724 790 110 | 0720 450 660 | 0727 573 487
We attended a previous ‘blind tour’ by SenseAbility some time ago and the sensation was amazing. Enjoy the story here.