The ONCA Gallery is currently closed whilst we prepare for our next exhibition, opening 8 October. In the meantime you can still view artwork in our window and online. See here for more info.
From 8 October – 13 November:
Wednesday: 1:00 – 6:00pm
Thursday: 1:00 – 6:00pm
Friday: 1:00 – 6:00pm
Saturday: 1:00 – 4:00pm
Please note the gallery will only be open 4:00 – 8:00pm on Friday 8 October for the opening event of Making Care.
We will occasionally open outside these times for exhibition specific events, see here for details of our programme.
Due to the government’s decision to delay the easing of current restrictions and remain at Step 3 until 19 July, the following measures will be in place to keep staff and visitors safe:
- Visitors will be asked to check in via the NHS Test & Trace app or complete a Covid-19 Declaration Form
- Windows and doors will be open to ensure the gallery is well ventilated
- A maximum of 6 people at any given time will be permitted in the gallery, including staff members and interpreters, meaning you may have to queue outside whilst waiting to enter (chairs will be available for those that need them)
- Face coverings must be worn in the gallery at all times, unless you are exempt
- Visitors will be asked to observe social distancing whilst moving around the gallery
- The basement will be closed to visitors
Please help stop the spread and keep our staff and visitors safe by not visiting the gallery if you or anyone in your household/bubble has Covid-19 symptoms, has been told to self-isolate, or received a positive test within the last 14 days.
Our address is: 14 St George’s Place, Brighton, BN1 4GB, UK
- Bus: There are bus stops directly outside the gallery serving the city and surrounding areas.
- Car: The nearest car park to ONCA is on Trafalgar Street. For blue badge holders, the nearest spaces are 100m away at Pelham Square.
- Train: Brighton railway station is 500m away, at the top of Trafalgar Street.
The gallery is wheelchair accessible but the toilet is up five stairs. We have hearing assistive technology and our staff have Basic BSL & Deaf Awareness training.
- Our main gallery is wheelchair accessible
- We have a ramp which is available for use upon request
- The galley has a small toilet at the rear which is up five steps.
- There are accessible toilets close by, at The Yellow Book bar and North Laine pub.
FAMILY AND BABY FACILITIES
- Wheelchairs and buggies are welcome
- The gallery does not have baby changing facilities
- Water is always available in the gallery
- We have ear defenders for children and adults available for use upon request
- Spaces with clear sight-lines are reserved for Deaf and disabled visitors and their companions at all gallery events
Get In Touch
Please contact or 01273 607101 if you have specific access needs.