Lectures and workshops, the KIEM project
On Thursday, 28 March, the Typhlological Museum hosted lectures and workshops within the KIEM project from the Netherlands titled Facilitated Interaction on Heritage and Wellbeing. The aim of the KIEM project is to encourage more creative means of cooperation, an exchange of ideas, and fostering closer connections among peers from both the scientific perspective and practice.
Knock-knock, the Typhlological Museum is here!
Knock-knock, Beli Manastir!
Museum night: Programming and robotics at the Typhlological Museum
Would you like to learn about programming and technology? Do you wish to construct an electrical circuit or control your robot? Would you like to learn more about eTextile and wearable technology?
Visit the Typhlological Museum on 1 February 2019, from 6 p.m. until 1 a.m. and join our rich program that we have created for you!
Educational museum action 2019.
From 18 April to 18 May, the Typhlological Museum will host the 24th educational museum action to mark International Museum Day.
Science Festival 2019.
This year, the Typhlological Museum again took part in the Science Festival, which took place 8-13 April 2019 at the Technical Museum Nikola Tesla.
Creating tactile easter eggs
We had a lot of fun creating these lovely tactile Easter eggs with the users of Mali dom who visited us on 5 April!
The Dark Shift Exibition 18/10, 2017- 01/02, 2018
Employment and work of the disabled is primarily a human right, including the disabled. The visually impaired are faced with extreme difficulties regarding employment. It shows how the blind have been trained for various jobs through history and presents original items that the blind made in training workshops. The museum also holds an old telephone exchange system which the blind used for working, and the public still usually associates these jobs with the blind. Even though prejudices have changed, they still exist to this day. This exhibition is a small effort in the fight against prejudice and the affirmation of the blind in the labor market.
How to ensure access to cultural events for the disabled?
The Typhlological Museum took part in this education program held in Rijeka on 15 December 2018.
A World of Sounds
After Zagreb, Osijek, and Pula, the World of Sounds exhibition is now touring in Dubrovnik thanks to Dubrovnik Museums. A World of Sounds is an emotional reminder of 2001, when everyone in Croatia got together to enable deaf children to step into the world of sounds. At the Typhlological Museum in Zagreb, it opened in 2016 to mark the 20th anniversary of the first cochlear implant in Croatia and the beginning of rehabilitation of persons with cochlear implants, as well as the 15th anniversary of Let Them Hear, by far the most successful charity campaign so far.
Lecture of Thomas Kador, PhD
Prof. Thomas Kador, PhD from University College London held a lecture and workshop titled “Museum objects for learning and health” on 8 November at the Pathology Department, organized by the Typhlological Museum and the School of Medicine, University of Zagreb.