Accessibility information

Galeria Labirynt is an institution open to all, regardless of age, origin, or level of mobility. Accessibility is an important area of our programme; therefore, we try to prepare our activities in line with universal design, that is, in a way that is accessible to everyone.

Text easy to read and understand: description of Galeria Labirynt activities

Accessibility Statement

Galeria Labirynt undertakes to ensure the accessibility of its website in accordance with the regulations of the Act of 4th April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. The accessibility statement applies to the website www.labirynt.com.

Feedback and contact details

Should you have any problems accessing the website, please contact us. The contact person is Agata Sztorc-Gromaszek, agata.sztorc@labirynt.com. You can also contact us by phone +48 81 466 59 20 int 23. Requests for non-accessible information and requests for accessibility can be made through the same way.

Each person has the right to request the digital accessibility of Galeria Labirynt website or an element of it. It is also possible to request that the information be made available by an alternative means of access, i.e. by reading out a digitally inaccessible document, or describing the content of a film without audio description, etc. The request shall specify the details of the person making the request, the website concerned and the contact form. If the person requesting the need to obtain information via an alternative means of access, they should also specify how this information should be provided in a way that is convenient for them. Galeria Labirynt will fulfil the request immediately, but no later than within 7 days, if possible. If it is not possible to meet this deadline, Galeria Labirynt will inform the requester and propose a deadline for fulfilment of the request. If this is not possible to ensure digital accessibility, Galeria Labirynt will propose an alternative means of accessing the information. Please contact the person indicated below.

If Galeria Labirynt refuses to comply with a request to provide accessibility or an alternative way of accessing information, the person making the request may file a complaint about the provision of accessibility to the digital website or its element. After exhausting the above procedure, an application may also be made to the Ombudsman.

There are no hearing loops or online Polish Sign Language interpreters in all three locations. A large part of Galeria Labirynt staff has completed a basic or advanced Polish Sign Language course.

The gallery may provide an assistant who will come to the bus stop and support the person in reaching the chosen place. It is possible to make an appointment for a guided tour of the exhibition enriched with a live audiodescription. Please contact us in advance by phone +48 81 466 59 20 int. 23.

Galeria Labirynt is a partner of the nationwide Culture Without Barriers Festival. In 2017, we have joined as a partner to the next edition of the project “Dictionary of Art in Polish Sign Language”.

Visiting exhibitions

There is a possibility to organise individual or group visits to the exhibitions that are currently on display. Gallery staff will adapt the scenario of the visit to the needs of visitors and it does not entail any additional fees. Visiting the exhibition in Polish Sign Language (conducted in cooperation with an interpreter by the Gallery staff or d/Deaf associates) requires prior arrangement.

For issues relating to d/Deaf people, please contact Agata Sztorc-Gromaszek under her e-mail address agata.sztorc@labirynt.com

Sign-ups are made by e-mail or by phone (contact details at the bottom of the page).

Visiting exhibitions in Polish Sign Language or interpreted into Polish Sign Language should be booked a week in advance.

Open Labirynt – workshops

Creative workshops allow you to explore the secrets of contemporary art. The meetings are based on visiting current exhibitions at Galeria Labirynt, as well as on artistic tasks which help to understand the presented theme better.

Activities within the Open Labirynt programme are addressed to all age and social groups. The workshops are designed for organised groups. It is possible to develop activities tailored to the needs of a group based on a theme chosen by the group. Our team of educators is prepared to conduct activities dedicated to groups of people with autism spectrum and/or intellectual and sensory disabilities.

All workshops conducted in Polish Sign Language or interpreted into Polish Sign Language do require registration a week in advance.

Participation is free and Galeria Labirynt provides the necessary materials. It is necessary to make prior arrangement.
Sign-ups are made by e-mail or by phone (contact details at the bottom of the page).
Galeria Labirynt is a partner of the nationwide Culture Without Barriers Festival. In 2017 we have joined as a partner tothe next edition of the project “Dictionary of Art in Polish Sign Language”.

Accessibility coordinator

Agata Sztorc-Gromaszek
e-mail: agata.sztorc@labirynt.com / edu@labirynt.com 
phone number: +48 81 466 59 20 int. 23

During the conversation or in the content of the email, we ask you to include: the date of the tour/workshop, the number of people, the type of disability the participants have (if applicable), including in particular any communication difficulties and also alternative and assistive communication methods used. This information will help us propose a scenario for the event and prepare educational materials.