The National Museum of Leskovac is implementing a project that will bring closer disabled children of this town to the Museum and their heritage.
The project “One museum – a lot of hope is focused on providing equal access of disabled people to culture and the Museum, as well as improving their social integration.
Different workshops and exhibitions focused on history and culture of this part of Serbia will be organized during the project, from 1st September to 31st October.
Museum’s activities will involve children aged 7 to 13 years, teachers, parents, grandparents and everyone who understands the importance of inclusion and equal access to common heritage and culture.
Workshops’ participants will learn more about tradition, culture and specific historical periods in Leskovac. Special workshops are created for children, parents and grandparents in which they will explore together Museum and their common culture.
The Museum will use different didactic and special designed materials in order to awaken the interest among children to their common cultural heritage.
The National Museum of Leskovac is implementing this project in partnership with the Regional Museum in Knjaževac and the school “11. October” in Leskovac. The project is funded by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation through Foundation Cultural Heritage without Borders.