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TILT Institute for the Contemporary Image

Accessibility

Diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice are core institutional values for TILT. Please read
our Community Agreement to learn more about how we are integrating these principles
into our institutional framework. We are continually working to create a space that is
accessible to all audiences and encourage visitors to share their thoughts on how we
can enhance their experiences with our exhibitions and programs. Contact us at
info@tiltinstitute.org to provide your insights.

Gallery

Ramp access to our main gallery is located on the first floor of the Crane Arts Building at
the 1400 North American entrance. Call 215-232-5678 during business hours and the
desk attendant will meet you to open the doors. There is enough room to navigate a
wheelchair through all doorways and inside the gallery.

Transportation

Disabled parking spots are adjacent to the Crane Arts Building along the 1400 North
American entrance corridor. We are a few blocks away from the Market-Frankford Line
Girard Station (an accessible train stop), the Girard Avenue Trolley, and the 57 bus.

Restrooms

Wheelchair accessible restrooms equipped with guardrails are located on the first floor
of the Crane Arts Building at the opposite end of the gallery.

Seating

Seating is present throughout the gallery in the form of benches and additional seating is
available upon request at the front desk.

Service Animals

Service dogs trained to assist a person with a disability are welcomed. Vist the ADA
guidelines for more information about service animals.

Captions

Captioning is available for our virtual programs and exhibition related videos. Visit our
youtube channel for a digital catalog of previous events.

ASL Interpretation

American Sign Language interpretation is available for in-person events with two weeks
notice and subject to the availability of interpreters. Email info@tiltinstitute.org to request
the service.

Digital Platforms

We are working on updating our website and social media to include alt text so it
becomes a permanent fixture on all of our digital platforms.