This practice-led project considers three main areas of museums' access programmes:
Its three main aims are to:
Activities have fallen into three main categories:
Museum Access Network for Sensory Impairments, London (and further afield). Access staff from over 20 museums and galleries have registered interest in MANSIL in order to share good practice and information. Contact us to join.
Five focus groups were held in May-June 2023 to assess the Holyrood Park BSL project and the Many Lives of a Snake Goddess materials
Dr Ellen Adams is Reader of Classical Archaeology at King's College London, and organiser of the MANSIL network.
In June 2018, Dr Ellen Adams organised an international conference with Dr Emma-Jayne Graham, now available as a volume.
See relevant publications associated with the MANSIL project, including the edited volume on the conference.
How this visual-spatial language is used with visual culture
How we translate the visual into the verbal (or 'ekphrasis')
What the sense of touch brings to art appreciation
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