PICA offers a range of services to make our gallery and performance spaces accessible to all.
All gallery spaces are wheelchair accessible.
Wheelchair bookings can be made for all PICA performances. Please book over the phone or in person at PICA so that Front of House can make note of your requirements.
Wheelchair accessible toilets are available.
The Companion Card admits carers to shows as complimentary guests. Holders of this card are welcome to attend any performance presented by PICA. All companion card bookings must be made over the phone or in person at PICA.
Large Print Texts
Large print versions of texts accompanying exhibitions and performances are available from Front of House upon request.
General & ACROD car parking is available within the Perth Cultural Centre precinct. The closest ACROD accessible carparks with lift access to the Cultural Centre are the Cultural Centre car park, State Library carpark and Citiplace car park.
PICA is partnering with DADAA to offer Audio Description services for selected exhibitions and performances through the Access All Arts program.
Audio Description enhances live performance and visual art for people who are blind or vision impaired. An Audio Describer delivers a verbal description of the visual elements via a personal headset.
PICA is proud to offer Tactile Tour for various exhibitions and events. Tactile Tours involve participants exploring the exhibition with a trained Guide as they journey through informed discussion, touch and sound. The Guide will offer verbal descriptions of the artworks during the tour to visitors who are vision impaired or blind.
The aim of our Tactile Tours is to provide visitors with greater disability access to PICAs exhibitions and to experience art in a new and exciting way.
For more information on Tactile Tours, click HERE.
Photo by Susie Blatchford