Exhibitions that are part of the GI programme take place in venues across the city. We will be using the following symbols to indicate access and facilities at each venue in our event listings.
GI Access Guide
We will be publishing an extended GI Access Guide with further information about accessibility and facilities available at festival venues. This will be available on this page in the run up to the 2021 festival.
The GI Access Guide will include information about Autism Hours and BSL tours which will be run for some exhibitions in the programme. The guide will also include further information about, for example, the number of stairs before an entrance way or whether blue badge parking is available, plus further information about the type of work on show at different exhibitions.
We will publish content notes indicating any potentially distressing subject matter for exhibitions and events on the exhibition pages on this site.
For further information and if you have any queries about the above, please contact our Festival Coordinator, Molly Whawell via firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0141 276 8384
Good Access:The venue has good wheelchair access with level access and/or lifts to access upper floors.
Limited Access:Some parts of the venue are accessible for wheelchair users, other areas can only be accessed via stairs (see the GI Access Guide for more info).
Not Accessible:The venue can only be accessed via stairs.
Toilets:The venue has toilets available for visitors.
Accessible Toilets:The venue has a wheelchair-accessible toilet.
Gender Neutral:The venue has toilets not separated by gender or sex.
Hearing Loop:The venue has a hearing loop available.
Refreshments:There is a cafe or somewhere you can purchase refreshments.