The blind and visually impaired students of Dar Al Aytam enjoyed a tactile guided tour at the National Museum of Beirut. Guides and archaeologists of the Directorate General of Antiquities along with the Red Oak team collaborated to make this
Young students of the Lebanese School for the Blind and Deaf (LSBD) enjoyed a tactile guided tour at the National Museum of Beirut. They were guided by Red Oak team and archaeologists of the Directorate General of
Red Oak and Blessed School celebrated Valentine with blind couples at Square cafe Ashrafieh. The couples were served by a trained staff and they could read the menu in Braille. The blind musician Tony Atallah played violon on this
The National Museum of Beirut opens its doors for the first time to the blind & visually impaired for a tactile guided tour, taking place in the framework of "DOORS. PLEASE TOUCH" initiated by Red Oak & the Omero National Museum of
On Tuesday December 18, DABAKA a one-of-a-kind performance took place for one night only at Beirut’s The Grand Factory.DABAKA is a musical project that brings together Lebanese and Syrian artists around a visual concert and an exceptional album.
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
Red Oak & the Omero Tactile Museum of Italy implemented an educational tactile activity for the blind & visually impaired in the framework of "Doors. Please Touch". The activity took place at MACAM (Modern and Contemporary Art Museum) and