In collaboration with the Beyond Vision Projects, the Hong Kong Museum of Art launched the "Beyond Seeing: A Multisensory Art Project", delivering a series of on-site and outreach accessible art experiences for people with visual impairment and low vision. Through different forms of sensorial engagements, the project offers them a brand new experience in exploring the world of art.
The project comprises a sequence of guide booklets with Braille, tactile graphics and audio descriptions are specially designed for the selected exhibitions. A multisensory museum experience corner on the 5/F of the Museum to show the Tactile-Audio Interaction System (TAIS) installation of the Victoria Harbour scenery. A series of multisensory workshops will be offered to primary schools, providing a whole new perspective for appreciating the magnificent museum collections.
The following accessible exhibition information is available for people with special needs. Please use the "Accessibility" function of smart devices such as mobile phone and tablet, to access the information:
Artwork information of Victoria City and Victoria Harbour
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