L’entrée de la Galerie vue de l’extérieur. Le bâtiment en brique porte une enseigne de l’UQAM sur sa façade.

Plan your visit to the Galerie de l’UQAM.

The Galerie de l’UQAM is committed to improving the accessibility of its spaces for all.

If you have any questions or comments regarding the Galerie de l’UQAM and accessibility, please reach out to us at

Mandate of the Galerie de l’UQAM in Quebec Sign Language (LSQ)


Entry to the Galerie de l’UQAM is free.

Address and entrance

The Galerie de l’UQAM is accessible from the entrance located at 1400 rue Berri, in room J-R120, on the first floor of UQAM’s Pavillon Judith-Jasmin.

There is a drop-off point for paratransit on Sainte-Catherine street.

Consult UQAM’s map for the location of the drop-off points.

Public transport

Green, orange and yellow lines: Berri-UQAM station

STM buses
15, 30, 358, 361, 427, 715, 747

STM planner.


Three indoor parking lots are accessible 24/7 at UQAM. Several spaces are reserved for people with reduced mobility in UQAM’s indoor parking lots.

See UQAM’s page for more information on parking.

Paid on-street parking is also available at several locations in the area. For more information, visit the Stationnement Montréal website.

During your visit

Seats are available at the exhibition entrance, and folding chairs can be provided on request at reception.

The Galerie offers temporary access to UQAM Wi-Fi. Instructions on how to connect are available at reception.


The Galerie offers visitors a free, unlocked, self-service checkroom.
It is possible to walk through the exhibition rooms with a medium-sized handbag or small backpack.
Please note that we are not responsible for lost, damaged or stolen items. In the event of loss or theft, please contact UQAM’s Prevention and Security Department.


Food and beverages are not permitted in the exhibition spaces.


All our rooms are equipped with video cameras. Please do not touch the artworks unless otherwise indicated.


Photographs may be taken in the showrooms for personal use. However, the use of flash or tripods is not permitted.
For all requests concerning photography for public use, please contact the Mediation and Communications Manager at

During events at the Galerie de l’UQAM, photographs and videos may be taken for documentation purposes. When people appear in images, we try to take photos with visitors from behind whenever possible. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.


Restrooms at UQAM are equipped with a UQAM ID card reader for access. If you don’t have a UQAM card, you can borrow one from the Galerie de l’UQAM at the reception desk.

Un plan montrant un détail du pavillon Judith-Jasmin de l’UQAM, au rez-de-chaussée, indiquant le chemin de la Galerie vers la toilette à proximité de celle-ci.
Map showing the way to the nearest toilets in the Pavillon Judith-Jasmin.

People with reduced mobility and of the Disability diversity

The Galerie meets the requirements of Kéroul, a non-profit organization which promotes accessible tourism and culture. The building is accessible and adapted to the needs of wheelchair users (exhibition rooms, elevators, toilets).

Inside the Gallery, there is an access ramp as well as an 8-step staircase to the larger exhibition room.

Service animals

Guide dogs and service dogs are welcome.

Website accessibility

To find out more about website accessibility, please consult UQAM’s policy.

The Galerie de l’UQAM is aware of the issues related to accessibility on the Internet and of the importance of ensuring that everyone has the same access to the information and services available on its website. Continuous improvement of the site’s accessibility is ongoing, so that its current and future content gradually meets the requirements of the Quebec government’s accessibility standards.

Help us improve our website

Help us make our website more accessible or user-friendly by:

  • reporting any difficulties you encounter using it;
  • telling us of any problematic aspects;
  • giving us feedback;
  • making recommendations.

As the Galerie de l’UQAM is committed to an active process of improvement, all comments received will be duly considered. Please send them to the following address:

Educational program

Discover our educational program.

The Galerie de l’UQAM’s mission is to be an inclusive, welcoming and open space, encouraging encounters and exchanges, where all forms of expression related to art are presented. Our gallery aims to encourage access to culture for all, by offering everyone the opportunity to participate in our services and activities.

If you have any specific needs that we should know about, please let us know so that we can better serve you.

An interpreter in Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ) or American Sign Language (ASL) can be made available to groups wishing to visit our exhibitions with people who are deaf or hard of hearing. All activities are free. Please note that reservations must be made two weeks in advance. Please contact our staff as soon as possible, given the time required to book interpreters.

See our educational program for more information.

Accessible content

This section brings together content designed to make the Galerie de l’UQAM’s activities more accessible to members of the Disability diversity.

What are these resources?

Videos in Quebec Sign Language (LSQ) and videos with descriptive subtitles describe the sounds present in the works to make them more accessible to people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Videos in Quebec Sign Language (LSQ)