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24.12.2020.

 

As part of the BEAM UP project (Blind Engagement in Accessible MUseum Projects), a local expert group has been formed with the purpose of designing an exhibition of contemporary art accessible to people with visual disabilities, consisting of: Andrej Hatar, Valentina Nemet, and Vinko Zrinščak as external associates and MSU curators Ana Škegro, Daniela Bilopavlović Bedenik, and Renata Filčić. By involving representatives of the target group of the project from the very beginning, i.e. from the research and conceptual phase in the organization of the project and exhibition, we want to create an opportunity for better adaptation and presentation of museum content that will be accessible to all. A little reminder that in Europe in 2019 there were over 30 million blind and partially sighted people. The project runs from October 1, 2020 to March 31, 2023 and is funded by the EU program Creative Europe.

 

 

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Notice of postponement of all public events at the Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb

13.03.2020.

 

In accordance with the recommendations of the National Civil Protection Headquarters and the precautionary measures of the Croatian Institute of Public Health due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Museum of Contemporary Art has decided to to postpone all public gatherings planned in the coming period (talks, conferences, film projections, concerts, workshops, lectures etc.)

We will notify you on the new dates those events will take place.

Museum of Contemporary Art remains open to visitors according to regular working hours until different decisions of the competent authorities have been issued.

In doing so, the Museum is taking preventive measures to protect visitors and employees - disinfectants that operate on the principle of sensory contactless activation, as well as instructions from the Croatian Institute of Public Health regarding preventive coronavirus (COVID-19) protection which are placed on video plasma at the reception desk and in printed form at the main entrance to the Museum.

Thank you for your understanding.

 

 

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Notice of preventive measures taken by the Museum to protect against coronavirus (COVID-19)

12.03.2020.

 

Dear visitors,

We wish to inform you about the preventive measures the Museum is implementing in order to protect our visitors and employees from coronavirus (COVID-19):

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