We want everyone who visits Void Gallery to feel welcome and find the experience rewarding. See below regarding how you can access the gallery.
Blind & Partially Sighted Visitors
Large print information about each exhibition can be collected from the front desk. If you require alternative formats, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Audio-described tours of the exhibition are available free of charge for visitors who are blind or vision impaired if booked in advance. To book a place or for more information contact
A portable Roger Pen hearing system is available for those with hearing aids or hearing difficulties. This can be collected from the front desk.
At Void we are proud that we are a Dementia Friendly gallery. Our learning team have received training in the Meet Me at MoMA ethos in order to effectively provide those living with dementia an effective and fulfilling visit to our gallery. A structured tour and workshop (if wanted) is available for people living with dementia and their carers. Please contact email@example.com
We also offer outreach visits to eligible community organisations who cannot access the gallery, with tailored presentations/workshops exploring the current exhibition.
Void is proud to be an Autism NI Impact Award Champion, we have a sensory pack available at the front desk and quiet space allocated for those who need it. You can also download our Visiting Void Gallery Social Story in advance of your visit.
Tailored guided tours of the shows and relaxed performances are available if booked in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our entrance is wheelchair accessible and all galleries are on the same level. Our learning space is wheelchair accessible and has a wheelchair accessible toilet attached. If you need assistance with gaining access we are happy to assist you – just let us know when you will be arriving.
Assistance animals are welcome. Staff can provide a bowl of water.
Toilets and baby care facilities
Wheelchair accessible toilets and baby changing facilities are attached to the foyer and learning space of the gallery.
Wheelchairs and portable folding seats available. Please ask at the front desk.