Art for All.
Broader accessibility to contemporary art for people with disabilities.
Inclusive gallery and accessible gallery spaces and facilities.
When we say “Inclusive Gallery” we think of a gallery for ALL people. Inclusion, in the broadest sense, represents activity or state of involvement, involvement in a group or structure. Inclusion, therefore, implies non- exclusion, openness to all people regardless of their sex, race, age, origin, social status, disability…
What is Art for All?
Art for All aspires to eliminate prejudices in understanding disability which are rooted into society and which also influence the field of art. Inclusive gallery does not exclude any person in her/his experience of the artwork, in the way and by senses the person uses in everyday communication.