ACCESSIBILITY OF EXHIBITIONS
MUSK is in collaboration with several museums including the Bozar, the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels and the La Monnaie Theaterfor accessibility in LSFB/IS to the Deaf public with Deaf guides.
We will very soon add the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Scienceswhere we will have a training, to offer you guided tours there.
MUSK can also by your request arrange visits to LSFB or International Sign with Deaf guides in other museums. Do not hesitate to contact us if you want to visit a museum with a Deaf guide.
Selection of MUSKEUM’s PROJECTS
MUSK, in collaboration with BOZAR and Arts and Culture, organizes guided tours in LSFB or International Sign for the temporary and permanent exhibitions of BOZAR. Do you want to attendone of these visits? There are two ways to register: one for individuals and one for groups. All dates, prices and booking terms are set on their website.
HARRY POTTER – THE EXHIBITION
During summer 2016, the Deaf public hasdiscovered the magical world of the famous wizard apprentice during the event of Harry Potter exhibition in Hall 2 at Brussels Expo. In collaboration with Consumer Products and Warner Bros, MUSK was able to make it accessible to Deaf people throughthis traveling exhibition of 1,400 m2where visitors can admire the incredible settings inspired by the Hogwarts film sets.
EUROPALIA TURKEY – ANATOLIA
From October to January 2016, MUSK participated in the first project to make BOZAR tours LSFB accessible byDeaf guides. The theme was Turkey under the leadership of Europalia which is organized every two years. Throughout history, beliefs and rituals have played a key role in the Anatolian culture. Through more than 200 objects – archaeological finds, miniatures, sculptures, textiles – this exhibition offers an exceptional overview of the cultural diversity of Turkey.