Innovation, accessibility and participation: the key words for the SMART International Webinars
Although this year has been particularly difficult for the cultural and touristic sector, SMART is even more determined to support local and international tourism; to strengthen organizations and to promote communities’ resilience!
Thus, we are thrilled to announce the launch of three SMART International Webinars which will take place during the month of May:
12th May - 3.00 - 4.30pm CET - Inclusive web accessibility for all
vFederico Poda, Web developer from Independent L.
18th May - 3.00 - 4.30pm CET - Museums go digital: best practices and tools for innovative design & extraordinary experiences
Lukas Grundner, MA\ Junior Researcher and Mag.a Stefanie Wallinger\ Researcher (University of Salzburg)
26th May - 3.00 - 4.30pm CET - Silent play: cultural heritage and new participatory practices through theatre
Carlo Presotto (La Piccionaia), Paola Rossi (La Piccionaia), Stefania Zardini Lacedelli (Dolom.it)
During the three webinars, relevant and valuable speakers from SMART partners organizations will share their views, know-how and practices on the link among museums, citizenship, accessibility and digitalization. During the theoretical and interactive sessions participants can experience interesting best practices while reflecting and discussing with experts.
All the above-mentioned webinars are free! Participants only need to register (click here to register!). Professionals and organizations working in the tourism, culture and accessibility sectors cannot miss this chance!
It represents a great opportunity to increase their knowledge and capacities and take an active role in the re-launch of European culture and museums!
The webinars will be delivered in Italian, German and English including simultaneous translation in one of the three languages. The translation in English Sign Language is available.
*The webinar is organized within the project SMART-Small Museums Representing Territories and funded by the European Union and Interreg V-A Italy-Austria 2014-2020 and lasting 30 months (September 2019-March 2022).