MAC/VAL

MAC/VAL is opened every day of the week, except on mondays:
tuesday to friday, 10 h to 18 h
week-ends and holidays, 12 h to 19 h.

Closed on january 1st, may 1st and december 25th.

phone: 01 43 91 64 20
fax: 01 79 86 16 57

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Place de la Libération
94400 Vitry-sur-Seine

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Accessibility

General Information

One of MAC/VAL’s priorities is making contemporary art accessible for everyone.

When taking into account accessibility, this comprises all types of disabilities: motor skills, sensorial, mental, psychological, cultural or socio-economic.

Our public service team designs and proposes group or individual educational and cultural events for people with special needs.

To fight against seclusion* and promote exchanges, all events are aimed at a mixed audience, whether disabled or not.

Disabled people and those accompanying them benefit from free admission.

Blind and visually-impaired visitors

Spoken and tactile tours are proposed every three-months by Claire Bartoli, a blind writer and story-teller.

Upon request, spoken and tactile tours, as well as discovery workshops, are adapted for groups of children, adults or families with our tour guides.

A free audio guide is available upon request from the museum reception.

All signs and works’ descriptions or captions are written in large letters.

The Mac/Val library proposes work-stations adapted for blind or visually-impaired visitors with a screen reader, letter-enlargement software, a tactile Braille display, voice recognition scanner and Maltron expanded keyboard.
Museum Collection catalogues have been recorded in Daisy digital format and can be browsed through on specialized reading devices (Victor Classic).

Reduced mobility visitors

The museum is entirely accessible to wheelchairs and also proposes, upon request, to loan out wheelchairs, folding seats and canes which are available at the reception area.

Deaf or hearing-impaired visitors

Every three months, Levent Beskardes (a deaf mute artist and actor, as he likes to call himself) proposes tours in natural sign language.

Upon request, tours in a “universal” sign language and discovery workshops are adapted for groups of children, adults or families with our lecturers.

For hearing-impaired visitors with hearing aids, the auditorium is equipped with magnetic tapes.

Hearing loops are available at the museum reception area with free audio tour.


Videos with Levent Beskardes, “deaf mute” artist and actor
MAC/VAL Production, © MAC/VAL

The Mac/Val


Gestural Visit


Excerpt from a Gestural Visit


Collection

Collection
Vidéos avec Levent Beskardes, artiste et comédien sourd

Temporary Exhibit

Exposition temporaire
Vidéos avec Levent Beskardes, artiste et comédien sourd

Opening Hours


Documentation Center


Visitors with mental or psychological disability

Visits and discovery workshops are adapted for groups of children, adults or families upon request. Our public service team is available for individual visitors and group guides (school, association, medico-social institutions, community centres, etc) for information, preparing a tour and developing a specific project depending on each person’s wishes and specificities.

General Information

One of MAC/VAL’s priorities is making contemporary art accessible for everyone.

When taking into account accessibility, this comprises all types of disabilities: motor skills, sensorial, mental, psychological, cultural or socio-economic.

Our public service team designs and proposes group or individual educational and cultural events for people with special needs.

To fight against seclusion* and promote exchanges, all events are aimed at a mixed audience, whether disabled or not.

Disabled people and those accompanying them benefit from free admission.

Blind and visually-impaired visitors

Spoken and tactile tours are proposed every three-months by Claire Bartoli, a blind writer and story-teller.

Upon request, spoken and tactile tours, as well as discovery workshops, are adapted for groups of children, adults or families with our tour guides.

A free audio guide is available upon request from the museum reception.

All signs and works’ descriptions or captions are written in large letters.

The Mac/Val library proposes work-stations adapted for blind or visually-impaired visitors with a screen reader, letter-enlargement software, a tactile Braille display, voice recognition scanner and Maltron expanded keyboard.
Museum Collection catalogues have been recorded in Daisy digital format and can be browsed through on specialized reading devices (Victor Classic).

Reduced mobility visitors

The museum is entirely accessible to wheelchairs and also proposes, upon request, to loan out wheelchairs, folding seats and canes which are available at the reception area.

Deaf or hearing-impaired visitors

Every three months, Levent Beskardes (a deaf mute artist and actor, as he likes to call himself) proposes tours in natural sign language.

Upon request, tours in a “universal” sign language and discovery workshops are adapted for groups of children, adults or families with our lecturers.

For hearing-impaired visitors with hearing aids, the auditorium is equipped with magnetic tapes.

Hearing loops are available at the museum reception area with free audio tour.


Videos with Levent Beskardes, “deaf mute” artist and actor
MAC/VAL Production, © MAC/VAL

The Mac/Val


Gestural Visit


Excerpt from a Gestural Visit


Collection

Collection
Vidéos avec Levent Beskardes, artiste et comédien sourd

Temporary Exhibit

Exposition temporaire
Vidéos avec Levent Beskardes, artiste et comédien sourd

Opening Hours


Documentation Center


Visitors with mental or psychological disability

Visits and discovery workshops are adapted for groups of children, adults or families upon request. Our public service team is available for individual visitors and group guides (school, association, medico-social institutions, community centres, etc) for information, preparing a tour and developing a specific project depending on each person’s wishes and specificities.

#Accessibilité

     

#Inquiries and Registration

Contact person: Luc Pelletier
Registration: 01 43 91 64 23 or reservation@macval.fr

 

Accessibilité

     

Inquiries and Registration

Contact person: Luc Pelletier
Registration: 01 43 91 64 23 or reservation@macval.fr