The CGAC is a space for cultural diffusion, focusing on contemporary art, whose mission is to contribute to strengthen the modern art scene and to reflect on the diversity of cultural expressions in contemporary society.
Created in 1993, the CGAC can be set within the policy of cultural normalisation which started in the decade of the eighties with the aim of promoting the development of cultural infrastructures and favouring the entry of Galicia in the international art scene.
From its birth, the CGAC has been exhibiting the main trends of art in the last decades, setting up retrospectives on internationally established artists as well as exhibitions devoting to the promotion of Galician art, including both reputed artists as well as emerging ones. Also, the consistently present collaborations with other institutions are strengthened through long-term projects and initiatives.
Furthermore, beyond the exhibiting space, the CGAC is a dynamic and multidisciplinary centre, which holds lectures, artist-driven workshops and incursions in the fields of music, cinema, and the performing arts, thus allowing for the direct participation of the public and favouring the exchange of views among professionals of different fields.
BASIC CGAC GUIDE WITH PICTOGRAMS
ADDITIONAL RULES TO PREVENT COVID-19
From 19 May, the museum will only be able to accommodate a third of its visitor capacity and all activities organised during this period will be in digital format.
· All visitors to the museum will have to comply with the recommendations made by the public health authorities and follow the disinfection protocols in the sanitising stations located at the building’s main entrance.
· At all times visitors must follow the instructions of the security staff, who will be responsible for ensuring that safety standards are fulfilled whilst facilitating the circulation of the public through the museum.
· Cloakroom and locker facilities will not be available. Therefore, entry with backpacks, bags, suitcases and other large items will not be permitted. Only handbags and backpacks up to 30 x 30 cm will be allowed.
· Inside the building, a minimum social distancing of 2 metres must be maintained, adhering to the signs at all times.
· No printed materials of any kind will be distributed at any time. Information leaflets on the museum’s exhibitions and activities can be found and downloaded on CGAC’s website (www.cgac.xunta.gal).
· Touching any of objects in the museum (works, cabinets, stands, information boards, etc.) is prohibited.
· From 19 May until 1 June access to the library will be limited to researchers and the service will primarily be delivered electronically. If a face-to-face service is absolutely essential, it must be by appointment, requested at least 24 hours in advance by emailing email@example.com.
· From 26 May to 30 June the coffee shop opening hours will be the following: Tuesday to Sunday from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.
· From 26 May to 29 June the bookshop opening hours will be the following:
Tuesday to Friday: 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.
For futher information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or any of the following telephone numbers 981 546 619 / 981 546 629 / 981 546 632.