This page offers information on the accessibility of CCA and our COVID-19 safety measures.
The gallery space is fully accessible for wheelchair users and there is a wheelchair accessible toilet in our venue.
CCA is happy to accommodate groups and offers guided gallery tours free of charge. These tours can be tailored to meet the needs of different groups, e.g. various age groups; people with a learning disability. Please contact the gallery at least one week in advance by emailing us at [email protected] or phone us during our regular opening hours on +44 (0) 2871 373538if you wish to make a booking. Staff are also available to answer your questions during visits.
We offer audio descriptive tours of our exhibitions. Please book at least one week in advance by contacting us by email at [email protected] or phone us during our regular opening hours on +44 (0) 2871 373538.
Large print version
Exhibition handouts are available in large print version; please ask a member of staff in the office for more information.
Visitors using hearing aids
CCA has a Rogers pen and MyLink receiver for visitors to borrow during their visit to CCA. Ask a member of staff in the office for more information.
Family friendly venue
We welcome visitors of all ages. Ask at the CCA office if you require a breastfeeding space. Some exhibitions may require parental discretion.
Visitors with autism
We have produced an information pack for anyone planning to visit with autism. You can download the information pack here.
CCA is an Autism NI Impact Award Champion and all our staff are JAM trained.
CCA produces a sensory map for each exhibition. Click here for the current exhibition’s sensory map.
Relaxed performance days
We host a relaxed performance day for every exhibition with a dedicated Quiet Space. Check the Exhibitions page here to find out that date of the next relaxed performance.
Assistance dogs and their owners are welcome to CCA.
Open calls and opportunities
Artists with access requirements applying to CCA opportunities are warmly invited to email [email protected] to let us know of any access requirements you may have to reduce any barriers in making your application to a CCA Opportunity. If you feel it is appropriate you are welcome to share an access rider. We are researching good practice for supporting artists with access needs and we will update this page accordingly.
If you are interested in learning more about access riders click this link: accessdocsforartists.com
Accessibility features are available using the pop-out UserWay accessibility menu found bottom left of the screen. The website has been designed with a reduced glare off-white background to ease legibility for people with dyslexia. We are always learning and fundraising to improve our accessibility and we warmly welcome your input if you are having difficulty accessing content by emailing [email protected]
To make your visit a safe experience CCA has introduced a range of measures including:
– social distancing and maximum numbers per space
– one-way system
– hand sanitisation stations
– face coverings (except for those exempt)
– sign in to support Test and Trace
– enhanced cleaning throughout the building
– drop in visits during our regular opening hours
– bubble booking tickets for your household or bubble via our online shop, for morning visits before regular opening hours
We will be continually monitoring how to best work safely for our staff and visitors. Watch this page for updates.