Webinars for Accessible Curators
To develop creative and accessible skills focused on social activities and to promote employability, a series of webinars will be held for training professionals in cultural spaces who want to strengthen their skills and employability. The webinars will train youth in two basic modules: New Technologies and Accessibility.
The difference with other types of training on new accessible technologies, such as 3D printing, is that this outcome will not only focus on technical applications, but will focus on applications that promote solidarity and provide support to the most vulnerable. The content of the webinars is aimed at professionals from the cultural sector who are seeking employment but lack innovative digital skills and competencies that can increase their competitiveness.
Empowering art through 3D printing: gain critical skills to enhance art with technology. Aimed at artists, art directors, curators, educators, art enthusiasts, and responsible citizens, this webinar will teach valuable skills for harnessing the potential of 3D printing to improve art and accessibility.
Unlocking Accessibility in the Arts: Acquire basic skills to promote inclusion in the arts. Aimed at artists, art directors, curators, educators, art lovers, and responsible citizens, this presentation teaches valuable skills for promoting accessibility and inclusion in the art world.