Attention

From October 28, in line with the Moscow city government decree, a QR code and ID are required in order to visit Garage.

You can find visit rules via this link.

Inclusive Programs

Inclusive Programs

Garage understands inclusion as a set of practices aimed at maintaining diversity in society, ensuring physical accessibility and access to information, changing the environment, and overcoming exclusion and discrimination.

Garage Inclusive Programs Department (established 2015) is actively engaged in work with communities and individual visitors with disabilities. One of its main initiatives involves making a visit to a museum an ordinary and regular activity for people with disabilities or different experiences. To do this, the department invites experts and people with experience and engages them directly in the development of projects and programs. Information on the most successful practices is accumulated on the online resource Experiencing the Museum. Diversity and Inclusion.

In conjunction with the professional community, the department implements projects aimed at illuminating the themes of exclusion, underrepresentation, and social inequality, initiates research and educational projects in the field of inclusion and diversity, and organizes conferences and various public events for a wide audience.

Contact us by e-mail or subscribe to our Telegram channel to find out more about current projects.

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