Congreso virtual - XIII Congreso Internacional de Museos Inclusivos
3-5 de septiembre de 2020

Discursos de bienvenida y Sesiones plenarias

Discurso de bienvenida

Amareswar Galla, Professor of Inclusive Cultural Leadership and Director, International Centre for Inclusive Cultural Leadership (ICICL), and Dean of Faculty Development and Leadership, Anant National University, Ahmedabad, India; Executive Director, International Institute for the Inclusive Museum, Australia/India/USA; UNITWIN-UNESCO Network – Tourism, Culture and Development, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne; and Former Vice President, ICOM, Paris, and former President, ICOM of the Asia Pacific, Paris

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Panel de presentaciones plenarias - Urban Futures & Historical Urban Landscapes

Urbanism as a process and the city/town as an artefact are constructs that are being reassessed during the Pandemic. De-urbanisation, rethinking public spaces, design, and built environment are on the agenda. Urbanism is at once a complexity of synchronous present that must intersect with diachronic layers of history and heritage. Countering cultural amnesia, can civic spaces such as museums become reflexive to reveal urban formations and their future manifestations? Can socio-museology of built environment help us better understand urbanism? How do we reanimate urban centres and their contextual historical cultural landscapes as part of post-pandemic futures and new normalities? And what of our sense of place and identity? Can interdisciplinary approaches to architecture, engineering, economics, anthropology, design, interior architecture, and environmental safeguarding improve our preferred urban futures? These and many other questions will be addressed by a panel of interdisciplinary experts during the Webinar.

Amareswar Galla, Professor of Inclusive Cultural Leadership and Director, International Centre for Inclusive Cultural Leadership (ICICL), and Dean of Faculty Development and Leadership, Anant National University, Ahmedabad, India; Executive Director, International Institute for the Inclusive Museum, Australia/India/USA; UNITWIN-UNESCO Network – Tourism, Culture and Development, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne; and Former Vice President, ICOM, Paris, and former President, ICOM of the Asia Pacific, Paris

Joana Sousa Monteiro, Director of the Museum of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal

Mário Moutinho, Researcher, Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies, Lisbon, Portugal

Dr. Ashima Sood, Anant National University, India

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Uta Pottgiesser, Professor of Heritage & Technology, Department of Architectural Engineering + Technology, Delft University of Technology (DelftTU), the Netherlands

Presentando a los Investigadores Emergentes

Se otorga un mínimo de Becas para Investigadores Emergentes a estudiantes posgrado e investigadores que tienen interés en los temas del congreso. La beca ofrece una gran oportunidad de desarrollo profesional para académicos al comienzo de su carrera, ayudándoles a conocer expertos del área, interactuar con colegas de otros países y a crear contactos. Se invita a los becarios a asistir al congreso para presentar sus artículos, moderando sesiones paralelas y proporcionando asistencia en las sesiones.

Investigadores Emergentes en inglés:

  • Onyx Montes, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
  • John Jay Boda, Florida State University, USA
  • Angeliki Tsiotinou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
  • Rui Sun, Queen's University Belfast, UK
  • Elena Terranova, King's College London, UK
  • Emily Crum, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA
  • Stefanie Steinbeck, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  • Ashley Fisher, University of York, UK
  • Daria Gradusova, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
  • Marrianne Ubalde, Hokkaido University, Japan
  • Elina Vikmane, Latvian Academy of Culture, Latvia
  • Xi Wang, Queen's University Belfast, UK

Investigadores Emergentes en español:

  • Leticia Chávez Martínez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México
  • Maricela Páez Gerardo, Universidad Autónoma de México, México

Presentaciones virtuales (en español)

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Pensando en la accesibilidad en los museos desde la perspectiva de Paulo Freire

Moana Soto, Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, Lisboa, Portugal

El paisaje de una reserva natural en el centro de la ciudad y su conservación: Las reservas naturales como paisaje urbanos

Leticia María Del Socorro Chávez Martínez, Responsable del área, Atención a grupos en situación de vulnerabilidad, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México

Maricela Páez Gerardo, Atención a grupos en situación de vulnerabilidad, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México

El arte contemporáneo como catalizador de regeneración urbana: Intervenciones bottom up en los espacios industriales de Roma

Miriam Confetto, Estudiante, Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, España

El museo como institución referente en el ámbito de la Diplomacia Cultural: Museos inclusivos en Portugal y España

Sara Castellano Sansón, Estudiante, Universidad de Salamanca, Madrid, España

Sonoqualia: una experiencia Sonora exclusive realizada a partir de cuadros albergados en museos

Concha García González, Profesora, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, España

La diferencia de capacidad como oportunidad que favorece la inclusión: El caso del Museo Provincial do Mar de San Cibrao (Lugo, Galicia)

Victoria Fernández Fernández, Doctoranda, Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, España

Ángeles Miguélez, Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, España

Miguel Ángel Suárez Suárez, Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, España

Encarna Lago Gonzalez, Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, España

Accesibilidad e inclusión del público adulto mayor en museos peruanos: Análisis de políticas sectoriales y experiencias recientes

Cristina Vargas, Teacher, Humanities, Universidad de Piura, Piura, Perú

Hacia una abstracción inclusiva: Los proyectos colaborativos como metodología participativa de inclusión

Teresa Barrio Fernández, Museo Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, España

Fernando Echarri, Head, Educational Area, Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, España

Narrativa sonora museístico para la formación de un escucha del arte: Del museo in situ a sus otros espacios online de escucha

Alma Angélica Cortés Lezama, Estudiante, Universidad Iberoamericana, México

El derecho a la restitución de los bienes culturales a las excolonias como garantia de una justa representación y autorrepresentación de los pueblos

Carlos Serrano Ferreira, Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, Lisboa, Portugal

Museos, espacios de resiliencia

Maricela Páez Gerardo, Atención a grupos en situación de vulnerabilidad, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México

Leticia María Del Socorro Chávez Martínez, Atención a grupos en situación de vulnerabilidad, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México

Relatos de inclusión con enfoque de equidad: Cinco proyectos implementados en el Museo del Oro de Bogotá

Ana María González Galvis, Museo del Oro del Banco de la República, Bogotá, Colombia

Eduardo Londoño Laverde, Museo del Oro del Banco de la República, Bogotá, Colombia

Escuela de educación especial y museos: Un puente para la inclusión social

Gisela Cortés-Marías, Universidad Autónoma Del Estado de Morelos, México

Gabriela López-Aymes, Universidad Autónoma Del Estado de Morelos, México

Expografía Social: Los diálogos de la Sociomuseología

Gabriela Coronado Téllez, Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, Lisboa, Portugal

El estudio de público como posibilidad de vinculación con los vecinos del museo: Definiendo los actores del museo y su participación

Susana Manjarrez, Responsable de Estudios de Públicos, Programa Nacional de Estudios de Público de la Coordinación Nacional de Museos y Exposiciones, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, México

Presentaciones virtuales (en inglés)

Virtual Presentations are grouped by general themes. Please click the blue buttons below to view and comment. Each presenter's formal, written paper will be available to participants if accepted to the journal.

Virtual Presentations
Theme One: Visitors
Using Creative Writing to Promote Inclusivity in Art Museums

Rachel Carney, PhD Student, School of English, Communication and Philosophy, Cardiff University

Towards an Inclusive Museum for Visually Impaired Visitors: Accessing Colors through Touch

Berube Patricia, PhD Student, Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Arts, and Culture, Carleton University, Canada

Developing Practices to Support Bilingual Experiences at the Museum: Language as Access and Inclusion

Giannella Ysasi Tavano, Woman's Board Fellow, Learning and Public Engagement, Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, United States

The Experience of People with Visual Disabilities:Accessibility and Inclusion in the Museu da Geodiversidade and Casa da Descoberta

Mariana Fernandes, Student, Master, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Jessica Norberto Rocha, Researcher, Cecierj Foundattion, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The Symbol and Its Stories: Transforming the National Symbol Stiklestad Into an Inclusive Museum

Insa Müller, Associatte Professor, NTNU, Norway

Heidi Anett Beistad, Chief Curator and Head of History, Stiklestad National Culture Centre, Norway

People and Museums: Evolving Relationships

Zahava Doering, Senior Social Scientist, Thinc Design, New York, United States

The Impact of Facilitated Outreach for the Portable and Interactive Singapore Art Museum Touch Collection on Audiences with Disabilities

Sharon Chen, Senior Manager, Education & Programmes, Singapore Art Museum, Central Singapore, Singapore

Dee Chia, Head, Education and Public Programmes, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore

Chee Sean Tan, Senior Manager, Education & Programmes, Singapore Art Museum, Central Singapore, Singapore

The Imperative of Building Museum-school Partnerships with Preschools and Primary Schools

Gabrielle Lee, Assistant Manager, Programmes (Education), Singapore Art Museum

Qing Hui Chua, Assistant Manager, Programmes (Education), Singapore Art Museum

The Economics of Admissions: An Empirical Research on the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge and the Museum of Islamic Art, Doha

Elena Terranova, PhD Candidate, Culture, Media, and Creative Industries, King's College London, United Kingdom

The Experience of Young Visitors in Traumatic Memorial Museums: A Visual Ethnography Study

Hui Wen Lin, Associate Professor , Institute of Creative Industries Design, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, Taiwan

An Exploratory Study of the Impact of Kopi, Teh, and Contemporary Art Programme for Seniors

Sharon Chen, Senior Manager, Education & Programmes, Singapore Art Museum, Central Singapore, Singapore

Dee Chia, Head, Education and Public Programmes, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore

Michelle See, Senior Programmes Executive, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore

With a Twinkle in the Eye: Crazy Ideas and Having Fun as a Part of Museum Edutainment

Susanna Lahtinen, Curator, Exhibitions and Education, The Museum Centre of Turku, Länsi-Suomen lääni, Finland

Bengt Selin, Curator, Exhibitions and Education, The Museum Centre of Turku, Länsi-Suomen lääni, Finland

Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Accessibility for Hidden Disabilities in Museums and Heritage Sites

Ashley Fisher, University of York, UK

Museums Age Friendly Spaces: Audience and Reception Study with Visitors over Sixty in Brazil

Meire Cachioni, Professor, Universidade de São Paulo

Olga Susana Costa Coito Araujo, PhD student, UNICAMP, São Paulo, Brazil

Assessment of Metacognitive Skills in High School Students as a Result of Their Participation in an Educational Program for Nanosciences at a Research Center: The Transformation of a Research Center into a Science Museum

Dimitra Giantsiou, Museum Educator, Education Department, NCSR Demokritos, Attiki, Greece

Visiting Museums from the Perspective of Visually Impaired Visitors: Experiences and Accessibility Resources in Portuguese Museums

Roberto Vaz, Digital Media Doctoral Program, UT Austin | Portugal, University of Porto, Portugal

Participatory Museum Projects with Young People and Their Social Value

Lana Domši, Senior Lecturer, Cultural Management, University of Applied Sciences Baltazar Zapreši


Theme Two: Collections
Determining the True Color Value of a Historic Garment with a Mobile Spectrophotometer and an Adaptive Zone Grid System

Amanda Thompson, Associate Professor, Clothing, Textiles, and Interior Design, University of Alabama, United States

Marcy L. Koontz, Curator, The Fashion Archive, Clothing, Textiles and Interior Design, The University of Alabama, United States

Archaeometry as an Interdisciplinary Field of Exhibition Design and Non-formal Education in the Archaeological Museum: Many Fields of Knowledge for Many Visitors with Many Interests

Anik Meunier, Professor, Université du Québec à Montréal

Dimitrios Koliopoulos, Professor, Departement of Educational Sciences and Early Childhood Education, University of Patras, Achaïa, Greece

Popi Georgopoulou, PhD Student, Department of Educational Science and Early Childhood Education, Greece

Children as Curators: Laying Out the Terrain

Emma June Huebner, Art Education, Concordia University, Quebec, Canada

Composing the Museum: Creative Engagement and Digitisation of the Grainger Museum Instrument Collection through the Living Instruments Project

Anthony Lyons, Lecturer in Music (Interactive Composition), Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, University of Melbourne

Building Bridges and Pathways for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage in the Americas: Celebrating 30 years of APOYOnline

Beatriz Haspo, Collections Officer, Preservation Directorate, Library of Congress, United States

From Reclamation to Redefinition: Collecting, Exhibiting, and Redefining Russian Art

Roann Barris, Professor, ART, Radford University

Authenticity in Museum Identity

Daria Gradusova, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Health, Art and Design, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Theme Three: Representations
The Integration of Digital Technology in American Art Museums for Learning and Interpretation: Advocating for the Modernization of the Twenty-first Century Museum Experience

Emily Crum, Graduate Student, Art History and Arts Administration, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Cultural Representations of Disability in Portugal: Objects of the General Directorate for Cultural Heritage Collections

Patricia Roque Martins, Post-doctoral Fellow, Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia

Learning with the Confronting Past: Implications for Museum Learning

Amy McKernan, Lecturer, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Art Museums and Multiculturalism in South Korea: Representations of 'Otherness'

Kristina Wright, Visiting Researcher, Centre for Museum Studies, University of Oslo, Norway

Representation of Diverse Histories in Europeana: How the Europeana Collections Team is Planning to Diversify Curation and Editorials

Jolan Wuyts, Europeana Foundation, Netherlands

Marijke Everts, Europeana Foundation, Netherlands

What the Guards Saw: Storytelling and Art-making with Art Museum Security Guards

Ishita Dharap, Museum Education, Art Institute of Chicago, USA

Storytelling in Museum Mayer van den Bergh: How a Writer in Residency Program Attracted a Broader Audience and Created New Storylines in the Museum

Margit Didelez, Head of Public and Education, Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerpen (nl), Belgium

Museum Activism and Co-constructed Occupations: Exploring the Workers Museum by Børnemagt

Stefanie Steinbeck, PhD Fellow, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Museum Poetics and Greek American Pasts: The Hellenic Cultural Museum and the Authority to Represent the Immigrant Past

Angeliki Tsiotinou, PhD candidate/Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Community School Museums: Intercultural and Inclusion Vision

Miguel Feio, Professor, Educação Básica, Escola Superior de Educação Jean Piaget/Universidade Lusófona, Portugal

Curating and Digitally Rendering Three-dimensional Cross-disciplinary Museum Objects for a Social Media Crowdsourcing Project: Promote Awareness and Digital Participatory Public Engagement

Mingyi Bi, Apparel and Textile Design, University of Alabama

The Place of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Educational Processes

Maristela Simao, Professor of the Department of Museology, Department of Museology, Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, Portugal

Salary Transparency in Museums

Onyx Montes, Manager of Marketing and Communications, Museum and Exhibition Studies, Hyde Park Art Center

2020 Special Focus: Museums & Historical Urban Landscapes
Dalit Queer Project: Centering Lived Experiences of Caste and Queerness in South Asia and Diaspora

Aroh Akunth, Student, Centre for Modern Indian Studies, University of Göttingen, Germany, Niedersachsen, Germany

Places of Power: Impactful Experiences with Urban Icons

Jorge Martinez, Head of Design, Thinc Design , United States

Helen Divjak, Interpretive Planner, Content, Thinc Design, United States

Phantasmagoria: Game Play as an Inclusive Tool for Museum in the Context of Landscape Urban and Architectural History

Li Chen, Assistant Professor, Harbin University of Science and Technology

Jingyi He, Master Student, Guangdong University of Technology

Lili Flores Raygoza, PhD Candidate, UCLA

Fanjasoa Louisette Rasoloniaina, Assistant Professor of Architecture, TCPAU, ENSAPVS

The Museum as a Center for Community Resilience

Deborah Randolph, Principal Researcher, International Scholars Group, United States

George Hallowell, Assistant Professor of the Practice, Design/Architecture, North Carolina State University, North Carolina, United States

A Case Study on the Participation of Ainu People and Local Community at Museums in Nibutani, Hokkaido, Japan

Marrianne Ubalde, PhD student, Graduate School of Humanities and Human Sciences, Hokkaido University, Hokkaido, Japan


Virtual Posters
Augmented Reality in the Museum: A Case Study with People with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Catia Giaconi, Full Professor, Departement in Education, University of Macerata, Italy

Anna Ascenzi, Full Professor, Department of Education, Cultural Heritage and Tourism, University of Macerata, MC, Italy

Noemi Del Bianco, PhD Student, Education, University of Macerata, Italy

Ilaria D'angelo, PhD Student, Education, University of Macerata, Italy

University Museums for Special Education Teacher Training: Innovative Practices at the Museum of Educational History of Macerata University

Anna Ascenzi, Full Professor, Department of Education, Cultural Heritage and Tourism, University of Macerata, MC, Italy

Sofia Montecchiani, University of Macerata, Italy

Marta Brunelli, University of Macerata, Italy

An Integrative Review of Museum Experiences of People with Visual Impairment or Blindness: Review of Museum Experiences of People with Visual Impairment

Min Young Jung, Research Assistant, Department of Biobehavioral Nursing Science, University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois, United States

Theatricality and the Museum Space: In Limbo and The Pecking Order at Tate Exchange

Jacek Ludwig Scarso, Reader in Art and Performance, Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University

Creative Commons, Copyright, and the Public Domain: Inclusive Practices in an Exclusive World

Sarah C Graves, Collections Information Specialist, Curatorial, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts

The Local Art Museum and Its Communities

Maja Rudloff, Postdoc, Information Studies, University of Copenhagen

A Case Study on the Participation of Ainu People and Local Community at Museums in Nibutani, Hokkaido, Japan

Marianne Ubalde, PhD student, Graduate School of Humanities and Human Sciences, Hokkaido University, Hokkaido, Japan

Developing Practices to Support Bilingual Experiences at the Museum: Language as Access and Inclusion

Giannella Ysasi Tavano, Woman's Board Fellow, Learning and Public Engagement, Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, United States

The Influence of Using QR Codes as an Information Delivery Method to Increase User Engagement in Exhibition Spaces

Bengisu Görel, Ph.D Student, Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, Bilkent University, Turkey

Dealing with Sensitive Heritage and Difficult Histories: A Belgian Case Study in a Broader Framework

Frauke Velle, Researcher, School of Education, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Jan Van Schaftingen, Researcher, School of Education, University of Antwerp