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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.

Sara Mattes and Jeffrey Croese from the Vinger.nl creative studio held a lecture on the RAP application (Rich Annotation Application). The concept of the application indicates a possibility of better connections among peers in the academic community and practice, and it is based on two foundations – object-based learning and emotional connection. After a short break, a meeting was held with the Association for Self-advocacy, a non-profit NGO founded by persons with intellectual disabilities. After that, a workshop of emotional connection and mapping was held, involving all the participants as well as our colleagues from the Nikola Tesla Technical Museum, the Ethnographic Museum, and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb.

Emotional connection workshop
KIEM 2019. Typhlological Museum

Hester Dibbits, lecture: Facilitated Interaction on Heritage and Wellbeing
KIEM 2019. Typhlological Museum

Emotional connection workshop
KIEM 2019. Typhlological Museum

Lecture: Sara Mattes and Jeffrey Croese from Vinger creative studio
KIEM 2019. Typhlological Museum

Presentation: Association for Self-advocacy
KIEM 2019. Typhlological Museum

Presentation: KIEM project
KIEM 2019. Typhlological Museum