Model City Space and Installation - Access Guide
Absolutely Cultured aims to create inclusive work that can be enjoyed by all including Deaf and disabled audiences. If you have any comments or suggestions about access, please contact Roisha at firstname.lastname@example.org
This installation is FREE and open to all so there’s no need to book.
Venue Access/Mobility/ Seating and Wheelchair Spaces
The installation is situated on King Edward Street and as such, is wheelchair accessible.
There is no seating provided at this installation but there are many public benches along the street which you are welcome to use. There will also be seating available in the Model City Space.
Model City Space is also wheelchair accessible, however, has push doors upon entry. There will be a member of staff or Volunteer available to assist.
Model City Space also has wheelchair and limited pushchair space.
Blue badge parking is available at various locations across the city centre. To find the blue badge parking area most convenient for your chosen venue, please visit: http://www.hull.gov.uk/parking-and-transport/car-parks-and-parking/disabled-badge-parking-blue-badge-parking
If you require further support or directions, please speak to a Volunteer or contact Roisha on email@example.com
Deaf / Hard of Hearing
The installation is primarily sound based.
Model City Space is suitable for those hard of hearing of deaf, as it houses a primarily visual exhibition, activities and a documentary film with subtitles.
The soundscape will be BSL interpreted on 15 February, 10am-5pm – this is free to drop in and does not require booking. Transcripts of Model City soundscape will be available in Model City Space.
The installation is primarily sound based. Large print of event handout is available from Model City Space and on request.
This installation does NOT contain flashing lights which could trigger photosensitive epilepsy.
We expect King Edward Street to be busier than usual at peak times (lunch time, rush hour, weekends). If you or your child have any additional sensory needs, our Model City Space offers a relaxed hour every morning 10-11am. During this time we will limit amount of people in the space and make general public aware.
Ear defenders will also be available from the Model City Space.
Public toilets available for use for free in the city centre, including:
- Queen Victoria Square
- Prospect Shopping Centre (accessible toilet available)
- Princes Quay Shopping Centre (accessible toilet available)
- Hull Central Library (accessible toilet and Changing Places facility available) – please note, opening hours vary. Please check their website for details.
To find your nearest toilet, please ask a volunteer on the day.