Senses 2.o – Serendipity Arts Festival 2017

Tactile Braille Museum Guide Book

Projects:

SENSES 2.o
Tactile Art Walk
Tactile Repros
Braille book
Tactile Maps
Outreach
On-site activities and workshop
Intellectual Access
Social Access

The Festival believes and works toward making art accessible to all. In collaboration with Siddhant Shah, Serendipity Arts Festival organises the Senses 2.o programme for the less abled. Senses 2.0 is programmed with workshops and curated walks for the disabled and with workshops for audiences that work as sensitisation workshops. The products were designed to make the space more disabled-friendly and accessible. The main aim of this programme was to make the event, spaces and its artworks more welcoming and accessible to the visually impaired visitors along with others with special needs (hearing impaired, slow learners, learning disable and autistic) so that one goes back with a fulfilling experience.

During the festival, SENSES 2.o reached out to over 210 special needs visitors and engaged them in various workshops and curated tactile art walks, from Panaji, Goa.