Accessible Virtual Art Gallery

Title of the Good Practice

Accessible Virtual Art Gallery

Description of the Good Practice

An art museum created a virtual gallery with accessibility features for visitors with special needs. The gallery includes audio descriptions of artworks, sign language guides, and tactile reproductions of select pieces. Visitors with special needs can explore the art world independently and inclusively.


  • Special Needs
  • Accessibility
  • Art Education
  • Inclusion


Multilingual, with accessibility features

Number of participants

Any, individual, small groups, large groups (any individual/group can access the virtual art gallery, anyone with an Internet connexion)

Type of training


Number and type of exercises

Individually, or a small group follow an online session of virtual art gallery and afterwards they explain their emotions during the session or general questions concerning what they saw


Up to a few hours

Target Audience

Individuals with special needs, families, educators

Competences/skills that you will require

Accessibility design, Art expertise, Inclusive education

Consideration as a GP

This practice is considered good because it promotes inclusivity in the arts, offers accessible cultural experiences, and demonstrates a commitment to diversity. Measurable indicators include the number of visitors with special needs, feedback on accessibility features, and increased awareness of inclusive cultural institutions.

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