Presenting the I HAVE THE RIGHT education program, 4 December 2014
Ombudsperson for persons with disabilities, Anka Slonjšak, Prof. Danijela Bratković from the Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences and representatives of the Association for Self-Advocacy spoke at the event.
I HAVE THE RIGHT debate, 1 December 2014
On Monday, 1 December 2014, at the Typhlological Museum, Draškovićeva 90/II, a debate will be held on whether persons with intellectual difficulties should be allowed to get married without the consent of the legal guardian.
Educational program I HAVE THE RIGHT, 17 October – 5 December 2014
We invite visitors to the exhibition of the Typhlological Musem I HAVE THE RIGHT, where the visitors will learn about the lives and the rights of persons with intellectual difficulties.
Tactile Gallery of the Typhlological Museum; Damir Mataušić: Miniature Plastics, 15 October 2014
The Tactile Gallery of the Typhlological Museum hosted the Miniature Plastics exhibition of Damir Mataušić, professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb.
Mammothfest: Lecture Against prejudice and Playing workshop Guess what!, 12/13 September, 2014, Kikinda
The National Museum hosted the eighth Mammothfest, a two-day festival dedicated to mammoth Kika. 18 years ago Kika’s remains were discovered at the old roof tile factory factory, and they are now kept at the National Museum. This year, mammoth Kika celebrated her 18th post mortem birthday.
Lecture OHO – PLUS 50, 2 September 2014, Museum of Contemporary Art
Hosted by the Institute for Avant-garde Research, the Marinko Sudac Collection, the Typhlological Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Marko Pogačnik held a marathon lecture titled OHO – PLUS 50 at the Gorgona hall of the Museum of Contemporary Art.
WORKSHOP: Marko Pogačnik, Gaia Touch Exercises, 1 September, 2014
According to Marko Pogačnik, the artist who set up an installation titled Labyrinth of Multidimensional Space at the Typhlological Museum, we have reached a stage in the development of Earth that marks significant changes in the structure of space and time.
SUMMER AT THE MUSEUM: “Get to Know Me” art workshop
The purpose of this workshop is to identify prejudices and stereotypes (the blind and artwork) and to abolish them.
Workshop: Feeling cosmograms
Within the exhibition, they paid special attention to wooden cosmograms the needed to get to know through touch and smell.
WORKSHOP: International Helen Keller Week – THE WEEK OF DEAF-BLINDNESS AWARENESS, 22-28 June, 2014
Marking Heller Keller week, the Museum aims to inform and draw the attention of the public to the issues related to deaf-blindness.