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.
The Dark Shift
We are opening The Dark Shift exibition soon!
If you have some time, why not teach your loved ones something new and learn more yourself?
TYPHLOLOGICAL MUSEUM presented its work in Moscow at the 20th International “Intermuseum 2018” Festival.
“Intermuseum” took part within the VDNH fair in Moscow from 31 May to 3 June, 2018. Over 400 museums from Russian and the world took part. This year’s topic was “Museums and the Society”, with numerous program activities dedicated to it.
23rd Educational Museum Activity
- marking International Museum day – “Watercraft”, 18 April – 18 May, 2018
Science Festival, 16 – 21 April, 2018
The Typhlological Museum will once again participate in the Science Festival, which will take place from 16 to 21 April, 2018, at the Nikola Tesla Technical Museum, and this year it will partner with the University of Applied Sciences Velika Gorica.
The Breathing (New) Life, 05/10 - 01/12, 2017
For almost 70 years, the unique and original Theater of the Blind and the Partially Sighted “New Life” has been extending the limits of the possible through their artistic expression and enthusiasm. They have performed various genres, from commedia dell’arte, Greek tragedy, surrealism, modern drama, dance to children’s plays.
WORKSHOP: How to write in Braille?
phone +385 (0)1 4920 673
The system of writing and reading for the blind, known as the Braille alphabet, was invented by Louis Braille in the 1830s.
Space, Form, Touch Exhibition, 7 June, 2017
”Space, Form, Touch” is the visiting project of the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka, which was realized with the help of the Typhlological Museum in Zagreb and organized as the first adjusted and specialized exhibition for the blind and visually impaired in Bosnia and Herzegovina.