On August 23, 2021, the Goya Foundation in Aragon and ARASAAC (www.arasaac.org) signed an agreement to continue bringing and making accessible the pictorial work of the Aragonese painter Francisco de Goya y Lucientes to people with communication difficulties and give continuity and officiality to the work begun in 2020.
The agreement also contemplates the programming of a series of workshops aimed at special education students, coordinated by ARASAACstaff.
Currently, after more than 1 year of collaboration between both institutions, Goya’s biography and forty-one of his works have already been adapted into pictograms and are available to all people on the Goya Foundation website.
Among the materials prepared include the works of the Museum of Zaragoza,the Museum of Huesca,the Basilica del Pilar,the Charterhouse of Aula Dei,as well as pieces from private collections,existing in Aragon.
Currently, in this new phase we are working on the adaptation to pictograms of the works of the Aragonese painter exhibited in the Prado Museum. The first of them has already been published, corresponding to the paintings of the Family of Charles IV and each month a new block of paintings grouped by different themes will be published.
All the available files can be downloaded on the website of the Goya Foundation in Aragon completely free of charge:
Links of interest:
Video “You can call me Goya”
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José Manuel Marcos
Juan Daniel Burró
Aragonese Center of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ARASAAC) Consultants