Associate Educator for Accessibility at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Related Sense: Smell
Marie Clapot is an educator, sensory museologist and disability justice advocate. She consults with schools, museums and other organizations on accessibility and inclusive practices. She currently is the associate museum educator for Accessibility at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. In that capacity, she crafts sensory-based programming, including olfactory events for disabled and non-disabled visitors and implements museum-wide strategies to embed olfactory practices in interpretation.
Her publications include “Insights from an educator into crafting scent-based experiences in museum galleries” in Bridging Communities Through Socially Engaged Art; and “Musings on healing, museums, and disability” in Museum-Based Art Therapy: A Collaborative Effort with Access, Education, and Public Programs.
Marie’s Role at the Met
Representation for People With Disabilities
Making Programs at the Met Accessible
Using Smell as a Medium to Make the Met More Accessible
“Smell Slows You Down”
Marie’s Experience with Accessibility Culture
The Future of the Smell Industry
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