ACCESS: OUR KNOWN LIMITATIONS
Whilst we’re working to be as inclusive as possible, we recognise there are some elements of our work that are not fully accessible.
We’ve listed them below here so that you know we’re keeping them in mind and figuring our ways to tackle these in our work.
We are regularly reviewing these as we continue our work, and we will update this list as changes are made.
All of us at Turf hope this shows you our commitment to keep trying to make Turf as welcoming as we can.
Currently we’re unable to ensure that the website meets WCAG 2.1 (AA) because:
Many of our downloadable documents aim to be, but are not all fully accessible
Some of our legacy videos do not have subtitles or closed captions
Some images may not have alternative text descriptions.
Other decorative and spacer images may not have null alternative text
Some of the text on our website is not written in Plain English
We do not currently have any information explained in British Sign Language
Social media content that is fed into the website may not always be accessible
We do not currently have the funds to always consider live streaming our events.
Turf Projects is currently based in a ‘Meanwhile Space’ and therefore cannot fully adapt our existing home to be completely step-free. We will always try to offer alternatives or reasonable adjustments to remove this barrier. Please contact us if you require any step-free access to attend any part of our programme.
Access provision to our programme
As a small artist led charity, we’re working on building our reserves to fund training for all staff and provide more access facilities such as interpreters, hearing induction loops, Changing Places and accessible portable toilets.