Open Up Museums! Prospects and challenges of Accessibility, Diversity and Inclusion
inDICEs – in collaboration with projects DANCING, reCreating Europe, and museums MuSe (Museo delle Scienze, Trento) and Mart (Museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto, Rovereto) – presents a two-day itinerary workshop on 26-27 May 2022 to explore key issues and tools to promote openness in the cultural sector between law and practice.
Registration: Register here (Deadline: 15 May 2022, 23:59)
Day 1 – 26 May 2022
MuSe – Museo delle Scienze
Corso del Lavoro e della Scienza 3, 38122 – Trento
09.00-09.30 — Registration
09.30-09.45 — Welcome: Roberto Caso (University of Trento)
09.45-10.00 — Keynote: Michele Lanzinger, Director of MuSe
10.00-11.15 — Panel 1 “Museums, intellectual property, and access to culture”
Chaired by Giulia Dore (University of Trento).
11.15-11.45 — Coffee break
11.45-13.00 — Panel 2 “Barriers to access to digital culture for vulnerable groups, inclusivity and the implementation of the Marrakesh Treaty”
Chaired by Lorenzo Beltrame (University of Trento).
13.00-14.30 — Lunch break
14.30-16.30 — Training session on legal and practical aspects related to digitisation (in Italian)
Aimed at museum personnel/staff. Booking is required upon registration. Maximum 40 participants
16.30-18.00 — Museum guided visit
Booking required upon registration. Maximum 30 participants (2 groups)
Day 2 – 27 May 2022
Mart – Museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto
Corso Bettini 43, 38068 – Rovereto (TN)
09.10-09.30 — Registration
09.30-09.40 — Welcome: Sara Di Giorgio (Ministero della Cultura – Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico delle Biblioteche Italiane e per le Informazioni Bibliografiche)
09.40-10.00 — Keynote: Aldo Grassini, President of Museo Omero
10.00-11.20 — Panel 3 “Fostering accessibility for persons with disabilities in cultural organisations: legal tools, experiences and best practices”
Chaired by Delia Ferri (Maynooth University).
11.20-12.00 — Coffee break
12.00-12.20 — Keynote: James Bradburne, Director of Pinacoteca Brera
12.20-13.40 — Panel 4 “Inhabiting culture: digitisation, copyright and creativity in placemaking”
Chaired by Marta Iljadica (Glasgow University, CREATe).
13.40-15.00 — Lunch break
15.00-16.45 — Sensory experience “Tactile path” (in Italian)
Led by Ornella Dossi (Mart)
Booking required upon registration. Maximum 20 participants
16.45-18.15 — Museum guided visit (in Italian and English)
Booking required upon registration. Maximum 60 participants
Registration and attendance
Registration is open to all interested parties, including professionals, students and the general public.
Attendance is free of charge – registration is required. Maximum capacity of 100 participants for panels, different capacity for training sessions and museum guided visits (see programme above).