Accessibility statement

This accessibility statement applies to the service and was released on 22.09.2020. The accessibility assessment was carried out by Kiasma.

Accessibility of digital services

The site meets most of the accessibility requirements.

The most significant shortcomings are related to the accessibility of the works in Kiasma’s online collection. These works are not covered by the relevant legislation, and cannot be converted into an accessible format without altering the nature of the works.

Non-accessible content

The website is not yet fully compliant with accessibility requirements.

3 Understandable

The content language is cannot always be determined programmatically

Some descriptive pages contain foreign language text whose natural language cannot be determined programmatically.

Accessibility requirements that are not met:

  • 1.2 Language of Parts

Grounds for non-compliance: The text editor does not currently support the determination of the language of parts.

Non-accessible content not covered by legislation

  • Manifestations of works in the cultural heritage collection that cannot be converted into a format that meets accessibility requirements.

Have you noticed some accessibility issue in our digital service?

Give us feedback with the online form.

Supervisory authority

If you notice any accessibility issues on our site, please contact our webmaster directly. It can take up to 14 days to receive a response. If you are not satisfied with the response or if do not receive any reply within two weeks, you can report the issue to the Regional State Administrative Agency of Southern Finland. The website of the Regional State Administrative Agency of Southern Finland contains information on how you can report the issue and how the matter is handled.

Contact details of the supervisory authority

Regional State Administrative Agency of Southern Finland
Unit of accessibility supervision (in Finnish and Swedish only)
Telephone 0295 016 000

We are constantly working to improve accessibility

Kiasma is committed to improving the accessibility of digital services. The Kiasma Online Art website will be developed further in 2021–2022.

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