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Jenna is a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (MADA) at Monash University, Australia. Her practice-based research explores engagement in museums through design, with a focus on the relationship between slow forms of engagement, inclusion and wellbeing.
Slow antidotes – designing more inclusive and restorative museum experiences
This presentation invites you slow down and imagine how museum experiences can evolve to be more inclusive and beneficial for community wellbeing. With a brief introduction to the philosophy of ‘slow design’ this presentation will discuss a ‘slow’ approach to designing museum experiences and provide examples of how this is being put into practice as part of research into making museums more inclusive for blind and low vision visitors.