Click on the button to navigate the site with the EasyReading font designed to help you decipher written words smoothly and instantly.
Visiting route for the visually impaired
At the beginning of each section you will find relevant introductions written in braille. In each room there are in-depth features to the most important works of which you can read the text in easy reading or listen to an audio description by framing the QR Code.
In addition, we implemented a pilot project for tactile enjoyment of the works in the Folk Pottery Hall, ceramic designs and coverings from the past to the future.
The project is carried out in collaboration with Francesco Cavazza Institute for the Blind and with the contribution of the Savings Bank Foundation of Ravenna
Visiting route for deaf people
Two deaf people tell everyone about the MIC in Faenza. In collaboration with Fiadda (Association for the Rights of Deaf People and Families) and with the contribution of the Emilia Romagna Region (ACCESs project), MIC has created some educational video paths – accessible to all – introductory to the museum rooms dedicated to deaf people, and not only!
An increasingly inclusive museum
Find out, from 1 to 9, our strengths.