Accessibility & Inclusion.

The Second Generation Collective are committed to making our projects and events accessible and, to presenting work by artists who identify with ranging abilities. This commitment reflects one of the Collective’s core values to celebrate, include and empower difference and diversity in The Arts, in audience and in community. If you have any access requirements or questions, please contact us ahead of your attendance to our events.

The Co-Founders of the Second Generation Collective are currently working with community collaborators and advisories to devise an Access and Inclusion Plan to seek to bring a broader range of project delivery, accessibility and presentation methods. We welcome suggestions and community collaboration in this process as we learn and establish what it means to be community arts practitioners with a vision for the oneness of all mankind.

Our upcoming exhibition Avareh آواره & Found at PS from 23 rd April – 14 th May 2021 includes wheelchair access and disabled toilet access. Information regarding PS, the venue of our upcoming exhibition, can be found here.

WARNING: The Avareh آواره & Found exhibition includes audio-visual installations that will produce mild flashing lights and some loud noises. There will also be minimal use of smoke machines in the space. We advise those for whom this will effect to keep distance or contact us regarding opportunities to attend where such elements might be minimised.

AUDIO DESCRIPTION: An audio description of the exhibition will be available after opening night.

Our COVID-Safe Plan

The Second Generation Collective are committed to keeping all Western Australians safe by complying with the government COVID Safety Plans which help actively mitigate the risks of COVID- 19 in line with best available health advice. We ask that all participants, clients and members of the public who attend our projects and events adhere to our COVID-Safe plan:

If you feel unwell
Please do not attend our events if have experienced cold or flu like symptoms in the past 14-days, are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test, or have returned from overseas or a hotspot area. Stay home and take care.

Masks are welcome
All visitors (13 years and older) are welcome to wear a mask when attending our events. Please bring your own mask. Masks are not currently required under Western Australia Government law.

Register at entry
As per the current advice, to keep all Western Australians safe, particular businesses and venues must maintain a contact register of their staff and patrons for COVID-19 contact tracing, if required. All visitors to our events are required by law to provide contact information for contact tracing. We have QR codes at entry so you can register with your phone. Please speak to a staff member if you need assistance.

Good hand hygiene
Please use hand sanitiser provided at entry and throughout the site.

Physical distancing
Please practise physical distancing where necessary (signs will be provided to indicate if physical distancing practices are in place at the time of an event).

Food and drink
Where there is food and drink provided at our events, we will use enhanced hygiene practices in the collection and delivery of consumables. Please do not share cups or drink holders, continue hand hygiene and use rubbish bins appropriately where required.

Enhanced daily cleaning
We endeavour to maintain enhanced cleaning procedures within the venues hosting our events. This includes regular cleaning of high-touch surfaces throughout the day. Please be mindful of high traffic areas and keep touching to a minimum. See the Government Website for more advice.

We hope you enjoy your experience at The Second Generation Collective’s events and greatly appreciate your support