Information on Accessibility for our symposium, Between the Sheets: Radical Print Cultures before the queer bookshop.
Thursday 23th and Friday 24th February 2017
Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow
The symposium will be conducted in English.
Live subtitling (speech to text transcription) will accompany both days of the symposium.
On the Thursday, pre-prepared material will be accompanied by closed caption subtitles or a transcript.
Access information regarding the venue
The CCA is wheelchair accessible, with level access throughout each of the floors in the building. The building comprises three floors and is situated on the corner of Sauchiehall Street and Scott Street. The ground floor includes a foyer with a box office, Duty Managers’ office, two shops, a cafe bar, gallery, cinema, accessible toilets and lift access to the first and second floors. The first floor has the theatre, Creative Lab, accessible toilets and Terrace Bar. The second floor has Intermedia Gallery and the Clubroom meeting space.
Thursday’s event will be held in the Creative Lab. Friday’s event will be held in the Club Room, with drinks afterwards taking place in the Terrace Bar.
Please note that there is no hearing loop in the Club Room.
Detailed access information for the CCA be found online here at the CCA’s website. A map of the CCA can viewed here. For a detailed statement that includes information regarding travelling to the venue, click here.
The CCA aim’s to make its building as accessible as possible. If you feel that you might need some additional help, please get in touch or ask a member of staff on arrival.
If you have any specific access requirements that the Cruising the 70s team can help you with, let us know. You can email us at email@example.com
We will circulate accessibility information including maps of the venue and fixtures and fittings of the spaces we’ll be using and toilets, with general information about the symposium. We will not be providing BSL interpretation at the event.
Cruising the 70s welcomes any suggestions or improvements to access for our events. Feel free to speak to us at the event, or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any suggestions. We will be discussing provisions to improve the accessibility of our events across the duration of the project and in the run up to our conference in Edinburgh in July 2019.