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Barry Ginley (Victoria&Albert Museum – UK) e l’accessibilità dei musei

Barry Ginley (Victoria&Albert Museum – UK) e l’accessibilità dei musei

Il dott. Barry Ginley, Equality and Access Advisor del Victoria & Albert Museum, incontrerà I corsisti del Master in “Standards for museum education”, nei giorni 11 e 12 ottobre, per un seminario dal titolo HOW DO WE MAKE OUR COLLECTIONS AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES ACCESSIBLE TO DISABLED PEOPLE?

Il tema dell’accessibilità dei musei sarà trattato in riferimento all’allestimento di mostre e l’ideazione di percorsi didattici, al fine di consentire l’accesso ai musei e la fruizione delle opere d’arte a persone affette da disabilità fisica.

 

 

Barry Ginley is the Equality and Access Advisor at the Victoria & Albert Museum V&A in London, where he has worked since 2002. The role is varied, dealing with all aspects of the Museum’s work, including, developing policies and strategy; design of buildings, galleries and accessible interpretation; staff training; and advising on accessible talks programmes.

Following the success of Ginley’s work at the V&A, he now advises the Horniman Museums and Gardens, Tate Modern and Maidstone Museum on access management. Barry Ginley became a member of the Built Environment Access Panel for the London Legacy Development Corporation who manage the Olympic Park in February 2012 and has been appointed as an advisor to the governments Paralympic Legacy Advisory Group.

 

Qui di seguito, alcune foto dell’incontro di Barry Ginley con gli studenti del Master presso i Musei Capitolini di Roma.

 

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