American curator Bojana Coklyat describes her own experience with approach to people with disabilities in the Czech Republic. During her one-year stay in the Czech Republic, Coklyat carried out research into our gallery environment. The presentation focuses on the rights of people with disabilities and comments on the effort of our galleries and museums to create programs for visitors with all kinds of disabilities. Coklyat also focuses on specific examples from foreign practices, such as the use of alternative text, human guide techniques and other culturally competent projects and presents a list of problems that she discovered in our gallery environment. She also presents a projects created by people with disabilities that are not described as therapeutic or linked to the story of human tragedy, but on the contrary are dynamic, innovative and provocative. The lecture was organized by Máš umělecké střevo? association.