Chris LedgerChief Executive Officer
Hugh O’DonnellOutreach Facilitator
Deirdre McKennaAdministration Officer
Caroline ShielsFinance and Charter Administrator
Chris Ledger Chief Executive Officer email@example.com Originally trained in Fine Art, Chris worked as a visual arts curator then moved into arts documentary film and video and arts project management. Having relocated to Northern Ireland in 2001, Chris has been CEO of the Arts & Disability Forum since 2009 and prior to this she was Development Officer for Arts & Disability and Arts & Health at the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.
Hugh O’Donnell Outreach Facilitator firstname.lastname@example.org Hugh is a visual artist who works as the creative outreach officer and audio describer for the the University of Atypical gallery. Hugh project manages and facilitates workshops for the Art & Biscuits programme.
Caroline Shiels Finance and Charter Administrator email@example.com Caroline has worked in the Disability and Collaborative Arts for over 18 years. She has extensive experience in programme management, including a range of access themed and practical resource initiatives which have helped improve accessibility across the arts sector in Northern Ireland. As part of the Disability Arts Equality Charter restructure, her role involves overseeing outreach to and engagement of arts venues & organisations keen to reach new audiences. She’s always keen to hear from all stakeholders, particularly deaf and disabled people with a vested interest in access and equality. To find out about gaining Award recognition for your venue get in touch!
Deirdre McKenna Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
Wheelchair users: the gallery space is fully accessible for wheelchair users and there is a wheelchair accessible toilet in our venue. Blue badge spaces are available near to the gallery, please contact us for exact locations. Public parking: metred parking is widely available outside and near to the venue. There are also several car parks nearby. Should you need assistance in planning your gallery visit please do contact us. Public Transport: Atypical Gallery is accessible by public transport with a Metro bus stop just outside. See the journey planner on http://www.translink.co.uk Braille: braille versions of all our written material is available, please request in advance. Large print versions of all written material is available, just ask a member of staff. Audio description and Touch Tours: we offer audio descriptive tours and touch tours of our exhibitions, please book at least one week in advance by contacting email@example.com Tours: the gallery is happy to accommodate groups and offers guided gallery tours free of charge. Please contact the gallery at least one week in advance if you wish to make a booking. During gallery opening hours staff are here to answer your questions. T-Loop: an audio T-Loop is available in the gallery. Family Friendly Venue: we welcome visitors of all ages, however some exhibitions may require parental discretion.