Science Picnic, 11 – 12 December, 2015, Zagreb Grand Fair
In the International Year of Light, the visitors were introduced to living in darkness and the abilities of the blind.
Lecture marking the International Day of People with Disability, 3 December, 2015, Dag Hammarskjöld University College of International Relations and Diplomacy
The topic was introduced by Senada Halilčević, self-advocate of the Association for Self-Advocacy and president of the European Platform of Self-advocates, who spoke of her life path and work experience as a European self-advocate..
Closing Conference: Available for All, 18 November, 2015, Ljubljana
The Slovenian Ethnographic Museum has been implementing a project titled Availability of Cultural Heritage to Socially Sensitive Groups, financed by the European Union.
“High Five” Exhibition, 29 May, 2015
The exhibition displays works of students of the Center for Education “Vinko Bek”. The young artists aged 5-18 are children with different degrees of visual impairment, and in this exhibition they will display their unique experience of the world and art through artwork.
"Živa Award 2015", Sankt Petersburg, 14 May, 2015
“Živa Award 2015” was awarded for the best Slavic museum. The Typhlological Museum was awarded with a special award in the category Dedication and Openness to Visitors.
dm green city project marking the International Year of Light, 14 April, 2015
The press conference at the Typhlological Museum began in the dark to bring forward one of the goals of this year’s dm green city project: informing the citizens of the challenges the blind and the visually impaired face in daily life.
8. CONVENTION OF MUSEUM PEDAGOGISTS OF CROATIA, 25 – 27 March, 2015, Split
MUSEUM FAIR AT THE SPLIT RIVA.
5th committee session of the Coordination for Human Rights of the Zagreb County, 17 March, 2015
At the Fifth committee session of the Coordination for Human Rights of the Zagreb County, the Typhlological Museum presented its exhibition-education project I HAVE THE RIGHT.
5 March 2015
Within the READ THE VISUAL project, intended for everyone, contemporary art will be adapted to the part of the population whose perception is deprived of certain features of experiencing the world and, thus, art.
FUTURIST TACTILE THEATER, 4 March, 2015, at the Typhlological Museum in Zagreb
Professor Berghaus will hold a lecture on the futurist tactile theater. The cause for the lecture is the upcoming Futurism and Futurist Manifesto exhibition that the Typhlological Museum will present in May in cooperation with the Institute for Avant-garde Research.