Noha El Sadawy, cultural mediator in sign language, returns to the Museum for a guided tour of the Human.Kind. exhibition in French sign language. With her, you will discover a variety of photographs of people, landscapes and regions, as well as conflicts and disasters.
Human.Kind. presents an alternative approach to photographing humanitarian action. The exhibition showcases the work of 30 of the 3,000 photographers from around the world who’ve been nominated for the Prix Pictet since it was first awarded in 2008. Their images depict key aspects of humanitarian action differently from anything we see in the news. What sets them apart? An unerring sense of compassion.
- For children aged 10 and over
- Duration: 1 hour, from 2 pm to 3 pm
- Number of places available: 30
- Exclusively for deaf and hard-of-hearing people, CODA families (children of deaf parents)
Noha El Sadawy is a deaf cultural mediator who has been passionate about culture for 13 years. She organises guided tours or cultural mediation activities in sign language, making exhibitions and other cultural events accessible to deaf people. She believes it is important to continue the fight for accessibility for this cultural and linguistic minority.