Mogré ceramiche is the atelier of Monica Grelli, artist, ceramist and art therapist registered with A.P.I.ART, the Italian Professional Association of Art Therapists.
The Mogré ceramiche atelier is located in a site of historical and artistic interest in the center of Perugia. The architecture is in medieval style and has an ancient Etruscan water well inside, still in excellent conditions. To access the site it is necessary to go down for a few stone steps, and for this reason Mogrè ceramiche offers a special welcome service for people with special needs.
Why is this site considered accessible?
The historic site of Mogrè ceramiche can break down architectural barriers through special and possible hospitality solutions that make the visit to the site and the creative and cultural experience in the artist Monica Grelli’s workshop accessible and usable:
1- Person moving service – two operators will help people in wheelchairs to overcome the architectural barriers present.
2- LIS translators (sign language) if there are people with hearing problems among the visitors.
3- Information and tactile signs and mapping of the toilets for the disabled in Perugia.
These are the good practices that guarantee access and usability to a place of historical interest + artistic-cultural experience conducted by the artist and art therapist Monica Grelli.
Reservations are required for visits to the Mogrè ceramiche site.