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Feel Modernism

At the exhibition FEEL MODERNISM, we presented two selected photos of each class participant.
We could also learn these photographs by listening to audiodescription, that is, a verbal description of visual content that we have made available on audio players.

The final of the project „Turn Museum!”: 27 October 2017 – 17:00
Exposure time „Feel modernism”: 27/10/12/11
Place: Museum of the City of Gdynia, ul. Zawiszy Czarnego 1
Tickets: free entry

„Turn on the Museum!” Is a project that, through a coherent program, included people with visual and hearing disabilities in various activities of the institution and encouraged creative experience of culture.

By implementing the project „Turn on the Museum!” We wanted to integrate new audiences and create a cultural offer without barriers. For this purpose, we also developed the competences of the employees of the Museum of the City of Gdynia, who took part in the training on working with people with disabilities.

From August 2017, we invited to the Museum of the City of Gdynia for events related to the subject of three exhibitions presented in 2017:

  1. exhibition „Oskar Zięta” as part of the Polish Designs Polish Designers cycle (duration of the exhibition: July 1 – November 12, 2017)
  2. „Roundabout Baltic” exhibition (duration of the exhibition: July 1 – September 3, 2017)
  3. permanent exhibition „Gdynia – open work” (opened on February 10, 2017).

Through guided tours of variously arranged exhibitions, workshops and meetings, we let us touch, hear, feel and see the best Polish design, archival photographs or monuments of Gdynia’s modernism.

As a result, we have prepared an exhibition of „Feel Modernism”, through which we presented the creative potential and skills of people with disabilities and their perception of Gdynia’s modernism.