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"DABAKA" Visual Concert on Tuesday 18 December at the Grand Factory
Dabaka 2018

"DABAKA" Visual Concert on Tuesday 18 December at the Grand Factory

11 Dec 2018

UNHCR (the UN Agency for Refugees) has the pleasure to invite you to an visual concert “DABAKA” by Lebanese and Syrian artists on Tuesday December 18, 2018 at 9:30 pm at the Grand Factory, Karantina, Sea Side.  DABAKA is funded by UNHCR and organized with the support of Red Oak. This project is an initiative by Wael Kodeih. DABAKA is a musical project that brings together Lebanese and Syrian artists around an audio-visual performance. The outcome is a unique album and an exceptional show. Revisiting the folkloric “dabkeh”, a dance and musical practice emerging from the
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Training on Accessibility to Museums at the Sursock Museum
Doors. Please Touch 2018

Training on Accessibility to Museums at the Sursock Museum

31 Oct 2018

In the framework of "Doors. Please Touch" initiated by Red Oak and the Omero National Museum of Ancona in Italy, President Aldo Grassini and by Andrea Socrati from the Omero Museum delivered a training on Accessibility to museums for the blinds to the team of 3 collaborating museums _the National Museum, Sursock Museum and MACAM. The training took place at the Sursock Museum andaddressed the following topics: the right to culture and protection of the cultural heritage, the experience of the Omero Museum of Italy, the blind and the perception of reality, the best methods and tools to make
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Red Oak launches “Doors. Please Touch” and opens museums in Lebanon for the blind and visually impaired
Doors. Please Touch 2018

Red Oak launches “Doors. Please Touch” and opens museums in Lebanon for the blind and visually impaired

29 Oct 2018

Under the patronage and in the presence of the Minister of Culture Dr. Ghattas Khoury, the "Doors. Please Touch" project was inaugurated at the National Museum of Beirut on October 29, 2018. The project, initiated by the Red Oak Association, in partnership with the “Omero” Tactile National Museum of Ancona in Italy, and in cooperation with the Italian Cultural Institute in Lebanon, is the first of its kind in Lebanon and the region. The project aims to promote the social and educational value of cultural heritage through an innovative approach to the heritage itself, based on multi-sensory
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