Accessibility and the Arts in Victoria
The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria has been taking steps to examine its programming around accessibility for all communities. We understand that access needs are different for everyone and that these needs can also change every day. We are committed to offering meaningful access and services to make our institution and programs as accessible and barrier-free as possible, especially to those communities who have been historically marginalized by the colonial institutions called museums. We are also committed to spread ideas sparking accessibility and actions of creating barrier-free arts organizations throughout Victoria and BC.
This survey helps the Gallery determine what is missing from the Victoria arts community and how the AGGV and other arts organizations can help move forward. Please email Regan Shrumm, Assistant Curator, at
if you have any questions or concerns. If this survey is not accessible, please also email Regan Shrumm at
The survey will take around 5 to 10 minutes to complete. Please include your name and email if you would like a chance to win an Art Gallery of Greater Victoria gift pack, otherwise the survey is anonymous.
1. Do you self identity with one or more of these communities (please check all that apply)?
Black and/or people of colour
Deaf, deaf, or hard of hearing
Currently experiencing or have experienced homelessness
2. Which art activity are you most likely to engage in (please check all that apply)?
Attending music and concerts
Visiting museums and heritage sites
Participating in a visual arts class/workshop
Participating in a theatre class/workshop
Participating in a music class/workshop
Showing or presenting your art in an exhibition or performance
3. Are you an artist?
No, but I am an art lover and visitor to art organizations
4. How do you define accessibility?
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