Access and Communities
The Royal Academy aims, wherever reasonably possible, to remove or reduce physical, sensory, attitudinal or intellectual barriers to access, to ensure that all aspects of our galleries, exhibitions and activities are as accessible as possible for all visitors.
Click here to read our Access Guide, with full details of our facilities
Click here for a full programme of RA Access and Communities events
Tresham Resource Centre Gallery Tour of the Summer Exhibition 2010, led By Harry Baxter
Follow these links for the full list of Access programmes:
The RA is please to partner with:
Access Focus Group
The Access Programmes are created and moulded in response to consultation with an access focus group. If you are interested in joining the group, please contact the Access Officer.
The Access Team
Molly Bretton (RA Access Officer), Harry Baxter (Artist Educator), Bridget Crowley (Audio Describer & Trainer), Will Bishop Stephens (Artist Educator), Abigail Hirsch (Artist Educator), David Johnson (Trainer), Nurul Hussain (Deaf Host), Philip Nix (Deaf Host), Paul Brandford (Artist Educator), Becky Jelly (Artist Educator), Francesca Herrick (Gallery Educator), Kim Jacobson (Artist Educator) and Jonathan Huxley (Artist Educator).
RA Access is pleased to work with:
, Foundations Westminster
, Richard Cloudesley School
, Queen Eizabeth II Jubilee School
, Tresham Resource Centre
, Westminster Arts
, Westminster Memory Service
, MOMA NY
, The Bridge School
, Oaklands School
, Carlton Dene Residential Home
, WFS Create
, The Evan Cornish Foundation
, Shaftesbury High School
, Ellerslie Day Centre
Disability Arts Online
Disability Arts Online is a a unique journal for discussion of arts and culture. It gives disabled writers and artists the opportunity to share critique, showcase and blog about arts practice. You can read a review of David Hockney at the RA by Deborah Caulfield here.