guided tour for blind and visually impaired people in Berlin's Nikolaikirche
This guided tour for blind and partially sighted people opens up the history and architecture of Berlin's oldest church building.
The Berlin Nikolaikirche offers a very special spatial impression, which is conveyed during a tour of the nave with sound samples and tactile possibilities. Building elements and objects that illustrate the history of the place are highlighted and made tangible through detailed descriptions, architectural models and tactile objects. The tour also offers space for exchange and questions from the participants.
The needs of blind and visually impaired people are the focus of the tour.
With: Ugne Metzner (freelance art mediator) | Lisa Sarachman (cultural mediator, Stadtmuseum Berlin)