On September 12, 2013, at the Inclusion Memorial at the headquarters of the São Paulo State Department for the Rights of the Disabled, Núcleo Morungaba inaugurated the photography exhibit “Espiralando,” which marked the beginning of the celebration of 25 years of its foundation.
The exhibit was composed of photographs by Ana Alcantara and Ewandro Consolmagno.
Distributed over 12 bases, the images showed a panorama of the social inclusion and sociability in diversity actions, revealing the inspiration, joy, and confidence of those benefitted by the programs. All images had accessibility resources: self-description, tactile printing in transparent and acrylic resin, as well as a description by the person involved in the photograph, allowing for more complete perception.
Accessibility Consulting: Paulo Romeu Filho – Consultant at the National Organization for the Blind in Brazil, and Amanda Tojal – ARTE INCLUSÃO
Accessibility Resources: Alfonso Ballestero (acrylic resin), Mauricio Santana – IGUALE (audio description), and Rosilene Araújo – VISUAL EFFECT (tactile printing in transparent resin).