National Disability Arts Collection and Archive (NDACA) North West Launch

03rd December 2018 - 03rd December 2018
A seated man rips apart a painting of himself revealing his face. Behind him stands a woman and man holding up a blue banner. In front of him a man.

The National Disability Arts Collection and Archive (NDACA) goes live throughout 2018. 

NDACA is collecting the heritage story of the Disability Arts Movement, in which a group of disabled people and their allies broke barriers, helped change the law and made great art and culture about those struggles. 

NDACA has filmed oral histories, created animations, and collected over 3,000 unique deposits from this incredible movement, which can be seen at 

Tony Heaton (Chair of Shape Arts) will provide a history of NDACA with a northern twist, which will be followed by a conversation with David Hevey (CEO of Shape Arts) about the content of the presentation and his reflections of the disability arts movement. This will then be opened up to the audience for questions.

Running time 2.5 hours

In addition to BSL interpretation, a lipspeaker will be available.

The event will be live streamed on our Facebook page. Search @DaDaFest.

School Lane
L1 3BX
United Kingdom
Telephone: 0151 702 5324
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