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    LISten Project
    ACCESSIBLE AUDIO-VIDEOGUIDES
    [== ACCESSIBLE == AUDIO ==== VIDEOGUIDES ==]
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    LISten Project makes available free accessible audio-videoguides for deaf and hearing people. Each video contains an explanation of an artwork in Italian Sign Language (LIS) accompanied by subtitles and voice-over.

    The audio-videoguides are designed in the inclusive perspective of Design for All, thus allowing them to be enjoyed by different audiences, including children.

    ACCESSIBLE AUDIO-VIDEOGUIDES
    ACCESSIBLE AUDIO-VIDEOGUIDES
        [== LINK ==]

    LISten Project makes available free accessible audio-videoguides for deaf and hearing people. Each video contains an explanation of an artwork in Italian Sign Language (LIS) accompanied by subtitles and voice-over.

    The audio-videoguides are designed in the inclusive perspective of Design for All, thus allowing them to be enjoyed by different audiences, including children.

    ACCESSIBLE GUIDED TOURS
    ACCESSIBLE GUIDED TOURS

    Ph: Paolo Biava



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    LISten Project organizes accessible guided tours in Italian Sign Language to contemporary art exhibitions and museums. The tours are guided by LIS cultural mediators able to design specific itineraries and to engage both deaf and hearing visitors.

    KIDS LAB
    KIDS LAB

    Ph: Paolo Biava



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    Our cultural mediators accompany deaf and hearing children and their families to discover Italian Sign Language through creative workshops on contemporary art.

    The accessible art workshops in LIS create a dimension in which it is possible to overcome the communication barriers, that sometimes separate deaf children from hearing children, and to discover a common and unifying space of dialogue and fun.

    WORKSHOP
    WORKSHOP

    Ph: Maria Zanchi



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    LISten Project proposes workshops in Italian Sign Language for adults aimed at exploring transversal artistic themes and issues. Each workshop is an accessible moment of training and an opportunity to experiment different languages in order to build new reflections and communication tools.

    LECTURES
    LECTURES

    Ph: Paolo Biava



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    The research within the scope of accessibility and inclusion of deaf audience develops through conferences, talks and training seminars involving deaf and hearing experts of the international cultural field.

    #IOLOSEGNOCOSÌ #TUCOMELOSEGNI?
    #IOLOSEGNOCOSÌ #TUCOMELOSEGNI?



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    #iolosegnocosì #tucomelosegni? is the new video project by LISten Project designed to promote the dissemination of LIS signs related to the field of visual arts.

    The project aims to generate a constructive linguistic debate through social platforms, in order to encourage the use and dissemination of visual culture among deaf audience.

    Through dozens of videos, our LIS cultural mediators show the signs elaborated and used during their research and their mediation work, accompanying them with a brief explanation.

    1. THE BLANK
    2. ACCADEMIA CARRARA
    3. ACQUARELLO
    4. AFFRESCO
    5. ALLESTIMENTO
    6. ARTE CONTEMPORANEA
    7. ARTE INFORMALE
    8. ARTE POVERA
    9. ARTE PUBBLICA
    10. BOTTICELLI
    11. CAPPELLA SISTINA
    12. CARAVAGGIO
    13. CHRISTO
    14. COLLAGE
    15. COLLEZIONE
    16. CUBISMO
    17. DADAISMO
    18. “DIDASCALIA”
    19. ESPRESSIONISMO
    20. GESSO
    21. GIPSOTECA
    22. IMPRESSIONISMO
    23. INSTALLAZIONE
    24. KANDINSKIJ
    25. LEONARDO
    26. LORENZO LOTTO
    27. MAGRITTE
    28. MANTEGNA
    29. MARMO
    30. MINIMALISMO
    31. PERFORMANCE
    32. PISTOLETTO
    33. POP ART
    34. RAFFAELLO
    35. RITRATTO
    36. SCULTURA
    37. TELA
    38. TEMPERA
    39. WARHOL

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    #iolosegnocosì #tucomelosegni? accepted the proposal of BeGo Museum of Castelfiorentino to collaborate in the realization of #BeGoedition.

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