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We Share Culture

We Share Culture is founded by Museum Educator & Media Technologist Wouter van der Horst, former Educator Digital Learning at the Rijksmuseum. We Share Culture focuses on sharing social and educational museum missions to the digital world. Our main goal is to connect new and young audiences with art, history, science and culture.

What can we do for your organization?

We can help you translate your mission to the digital sphere. This includes developing strategies and concepts for:

But we don’t stop there. We team up with some of the best creators in the world, so we can also help you with content creation. Want to learn more? Get in touch via wouter@weshareculture.com

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Online Courses & Workshops

We Share Culture has launched online courses in collaboration with MuseumNext

Topics include:

Check them out here

If you are interested in custom workshops, courses or lectures for your institution, don’t hesitate to send an email to wouter@weshareculture.com


Making museums more accessible for the blind & visually impaired

In collaboration with Feelif, we are making museum collections accessible for the blind & visually impaired. How? Check out the case video from our work with the Groninger Museum, or click on more info below.

Interested in the possibilities for your institution? Send an email to: wouter@weshareculture.com

Case Study Groninger Museum

The hardware consists of a tactile overlay made up of small dots, which allows the user to feel the surface of a screen. In this case a Samsung tablet. The software is calibrated in a way that individual dots, or a groups of dots vibrate, when touched. The vibrations can be programmed into many different settings. In addition, there is a possibility to add pre recorded audio to whatever part of the screen is highlighted.

In this test case, we incorporated an image of the Groninger Museum building and a painting from the collection. With the software, we were able to highlight any element of the digital images and enrich them with both sensory and auditory feedback. The sensory feedback was given through different vibrations, the auditory feedback was given through audio descriptive storytelling.


Highlighted elements of the painting

The user is able to discover the content by simply moving their finger across the screen. The various highlighted elements all have a different vibration. The audio starts automatically. The possibilities in terms of content are limitless: buildings, paintings, applied art, historical objects and maps; as long as there is a digital image available, content can be created.