American Sign Language
American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation of the exhibition description is provided on video in the Gallery for each exhibition. These videos are available on many exhibition pages throughout our website as well. ASL is available for all public programs, upon advance request – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at least 10 days before scheduled events.
Recorded audio descriptions of art and exhibitions are available on portable players with headphones. Audio descriptions (some in abridged format) are available on many exhibition pages throughout our website as well. These online audio descriptions can be streamed at any time and can be an alternative to borrowing a portable player when visiting the Gallery
Video closed captions or a transcript are provided whenever possible.
Gallery Attendants can provide guided tours with verbal description of art and information about exhibitions.
Gallery Attendants are available to answer any questions or concerns and extended educational texts are included in most exhibitions.
All exhibition texts are available in large print from the Gallery Attendant.
A relaxed reception is designed to create a welcoming space for all visitors, including those who benefit from a less restricted gallery environment. There is a relaxed attitude to noise and movement within the Gallery and visitors are encouraged to come and go from the event as needed. All MSVU Gallery events and receptions take this format unless otherwise noted.
MSVU Art Gallery endeavours to include tactile components in all exhibitions, however, this is not always possible.