“Imagine Conceptuale – Integrate by Art.”

Versão Portuguesa

It is taking place in Viana do Castelo, in the City Hall, from October 14th to November 19th, the Íris Inclusiva- A Blind and Amblyopic Association of a photographic exhibition aimed at blind and low vision people.

The photographic exhibition with the title “imagine Conceptuale – Integrattion by Art” represents the culmination of the development of the project with the same name, which has a district scope, in the district of Viana do Castelo.

In this exhibition are patents photographs whose authors are blind or with low vision and of diverse ages. There will be 17 tactile and audio-descriptive images available.

This exhibition is the result of a partnership MEF (Movement of photographic expression) and Iris Inclusiva with the support of the Municipality of Viana do Castelo. The visits to the exhibition can be made between 10 am and 6 pm, until November 19th .

“Is it possible to conceive and understand images without using vision?

In this photographic activity the participants will try out alternative ways of recognizing, organizing and making sense of small routes in the city.

Images of Sentir “is an activity linked to the project Imagine Conceptuale. Each participant, accompanied by another – and taking turns both in the roles of descriptor and image builder – is guided by touch, description and sound, giving way to creativity and emotions, to capture mental and photographic images which will then be viewed and compared with the description. “

Participants should bring a digital image capture device (mobile phone, camera, etc.)

Source: http://www.irisinclusiva.pt

Contacts:

email: associacao@irisinclusiva.pt

Mobile phone: 968 299 344.

Location:

Paços do Concelho  Viana do Castelo

Praça da República,

Viana do Castelo

GPS coordinates:
Latitude: 41.693349

Length: -8.828356

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