We are committed to providing a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience, whilst strongly promoting the work of the artists we support using images, sounds and written pieces throughout our pages.
We adhere to many of the available standards and guidelines. The site’s accessibility is kept under ongoing review, and we welcome your input into this especially if you are having any difficulties with accessing our content, or if the way it is presented could be made clearer.
This website endeavours to confirm to the level Double A of the World Wide Web Consortium W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. These guidelines explain how to make content more accessible for disabled people.
Where possible use an up-to-date browser
By using an up-to-date browser, you will have access to a much richer set of options to aide you as you navigate your way round this site. The standard browsers we recommend are: Firefox, Chrome, Safari (MAC only) and Internet Explorer.
Most modern browsers all share the most common accessibility tools. Useful features include:
- Incremental Search
Incremental search allows you to progressively search a web page for a particular word or phrase on a page.
- Spatial Navigation
Hitting tab will jump you to each of the items you can interact with on any page.
- Space Bar
Pressing the space bar on a web page will move the page you are viewing down to the next visible part of the page.
- Text Fonts
Depending on your browser, you can override all fonts on the site to one that is easier for you to read.
- Enlarge Your View
You can activate the browser zoom via shortcuts.
Options On Your Computer
- To Zoom Your Entire Computer Screen
Apple Mac and Windows operating system both contain options to enlarge your view of your screen.
If you spot anything that doesn’t look right or have any suggestions for how we might improve our services, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.