Skol prioritizes diversity and inclusion, training its employees to understand better and welcome Deaf and disabled individuals. Additionally, the center offers services to support accessibility.

The current exhibition includes a video translated into LSQ.

The Belgo building is partially accessible to wheelchairs and other mobility aids. The exhibition presented by Skol is wheelchair accessible. Find out details about the building’s accessibility here.

We offer a guidance service from the entrance of the building to our gallery. Our receptionist received training in this regard; she will happily guide you through the exhibition,  describing the works in a way that suits your needs.

Contact us at 514-398-9322 for more information or to schedule your visit.

The receptionist is aware, open, and without prejudice towards people with intellectual disabilities and neurodivergent people. We offer sensory accommodations; simply request it with the person at reception.

Our cultural mediator is trained to offer exhibition visits with creative workshops to groups of people living with intellectual disabilities and neurodivergent people. Contact us to plan your visit.

To facilitate exchanges, our Deaf cultural mediator as well as a LSQ interpreter are present during our openings and at several events. A presentation of our center and the ongoing exhibition is available in LSQ on this site, and on a tablet at the gallery reception.

We provide paper and pencil to facilitate communication with the person at reception (who is currently learning the basics of LSQ). Our Deaf cultural mediator can give tours of exhibitions to school groups of Deaf people in their first language. more information