Following the extremely successful event for visitors with and without disabilities “Gemeinsam anders sehen” (viewing things together differently) we are currently working on a new project related to barrier-free museum education programmes. In connection with our upcoming exhibition on Pieter Bruegel the Elder, scheduled for 2018, we plan to produce a tactile version of his celebrated Fight between Carnival and Lent to invite visitors - especially blind and partially sighted ones - to “grasp” the painting.
The installation will feature tactile versions of seminal groups of figures in Bruegel’s composition, one of which will be reproduced in relief. In addition, we plan to use a 3-D printer to create models of some of the every-day objects scattered throughout the painting.
Your donation will help provide barrier-free access to this masterpiece by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, and support the comprehensive education programme related to our seminal Bruegel exhibition in 2018/19.
Please support this important project!
Thank you for your help and your commitment to art.
It's worth it...
Your name will be displayed on our electronic roll of honour for this restoration project and on the Bruegel website.
Donate €100 and you will receive an invitation to our biannual ‘Art Patrons’ reception hosted by Director-General Sabine Haag, where you will be among the first to hear the latest about our upcoming Bruegel exhibition.
Donate €500 and you will be invited to a talk by our Bruegel experts.
Donate €1000 and your gift will be listed in the exhibition catalogue, and we will invite you and your guests to a guided tour of the Picture Gallery led by one of our experts.
Your donation is tax-deductible
account holder: KHM-Museumsverband
IBAN: AT70 6000 0005 1014 1679
reference: Bruegel hautnah
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