Museo Tattile Statale Omero, Ancona

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  • Tactile Museum Omero come greeted by a staff that makes you accommodate in its almost as if you were at home ... an exhibition by touch saw the name as it was desired by two visually impaired who have well thought out to make us "see" (also touch!) works of sculpture from their point of view; in fact, at the entrance to give you even a mask so that you can try, if you want, the tactile experience of the works! Highly recommended even to take the kids to visit!
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  • I took him to visit my class to the tactile Museum and I did participate in a pottery workshop my pupils!
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  • Great idea to try the so-called able bodied what it is like to be blind to understand the diversity and especially the difficulties they face every day the blind. We had fun trying to interpret so tactile artworks of the past. Go!
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  • It is a unique experience. The Homer tactile Museum is housed in the Mole designed by Vanvitelli. What once was a Lazaretto built between 1733 and 1743 when it was necessary to an area outside the city where they were holding the "hostages" to quarantine periods, but also had the function of port warehouse and military fortress. The artificial islet pentagonal faces in the port of Ancona, is connected to the Mainland by three bridges with a central tempietto di San Rocco reminiscent of why did the structure. The Mole is now used for exhibitions and welcomes the collection with its 300 works. A part of the collection consists of plaster or resin copies of the masterpieces of Greek, Roman, Gothic and Renaissance art, some are original works of contemporary art and of the models in scale of monuments. All the works can and should be touched by visitors. At the entrance you will be given a blindfold and after a brief explanation of how to approach the works and how to accompany those who gets blindfolded before the museum tour. Is a very interesting experience, because in addition to experiencing the condition of a blind person deletes that distance than with the other museums I have always felt towards works that seem distant, something sacred.
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  • The kids went crazy ... now the only problem will be not to touch the works in museums don't touch ... The settlers are from 10 e lode
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  • A unique experience, to learn how to "see" the world from another perspective.
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  • Inclusive inside Museum has a collection of casts of artworks in other museums in the world and a section of contemporary art with works by local artists. Good educational programming for schools. High attention to all disabilities.
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  • A museum different from usual, where even children are ... well ... accept it. the works on display are made to be touched!
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