Groundbreaking News in Disability Arts
Exciting news for the disability arts community! Our friends in the United Kingdom at the National Disability Arts Collection Archive (NDACA) will be launching a resource on the Disability Arts Movement. The archive releasing in April 2018, will include a series of oral history films, an online catalogue of over 2000 images, interactive learning resources, opportunities for a new generation of disabled artists. The project will also produce a series of recorded contextual essays, recorded interviews and audio-descriptions of specific artworks to be accessed online. The NDACA will be hosted by the Buckinghamshire New University where they will utilize the uniquely accessible research facilities to bring this project to life. This can be an awesome source of inspiration for artists with disabilities globally as they can learn more about the Disability Arts Movement – their heritage and culture. To learn more and follow the National Disability Arts Collection and Archive (NDACA) project, visit here.