Gathering of guests and registration of participants
17:00 – 17:10
Introduction by Anton Belov, Garage Director, and Anastasia Mityushina, Garage Curator of Educational Programs
17:10 – 18:35
THE MEANING OF EDUCATING ADULTS FOR INTEGRATED COOPERATION IN THE FIELD OF CULTURE, INCLUSION, AND ART
Lecture. Katja Sudec and Ana Krepel-Velemirović
Katja Sudec and Ana Krepel-Velemirović will discuss the standards for creating educational programs and finding new methods of communication with various audiences.
Katja Sudec will also take part as a speaker in Moscow Forum’s Culture. Look Into the Future, October, 15–18 at Manege Central Exhibition Hall, Moscow.
Katja Sudec, an artist and expert in educational work for art audiences, is project manager of COoperate and AKTIV.
Ana Krepel-Velemirović is a coordinator of multi-sensory tours within the framework of the Coordinate Project, and an expert in the democratization of the public sphere and demarginalization of different population groups.
18:35 – 18:55
18:55 – 19:10
YURI ALBERT AND PAINTINGS FOR THE BLIND
Commentary: Anastasia Tarasova
Anastasia Tarasova presents a short simultaneous commentary to a video of Tour with Eyes Blindfolded, a performance by Conceptual artist Yuri Albert. Through this performance, Albert examines the problems of visual culture. What if art could be invisible? How could the image be translated into text?
Anastasia Tarasova is an art historian and research associate of Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
19:10 – 20:40
MOSCOW BEYOND SIGHT
Lecture. Anja Winter
Anja Winter will explore how blind and visually impaired people interact with the city. What is the difference between a guided city tour for visually impaired people and a typical guided tour for the average tourist?
Anja Winter is an expert on tactile tours and a museum tutor in working with blind and visually impaired visitors and achieving the inclusive organization of the exhibition space.