NDACA R&D Artists: What's the News?

Find out what the recipients of NDACA's first ever R&D Award got up to over the course of the programme...Read more

Bringing the Disability Rights Movement to Tate Exchange

NDACA's Georgia Macqueen Black gives us an update on the project's forthcoming workshop at Tate Exchange...Read more

NDACA Teams Up with UKDHM

NDACA & UK Disability History Month team up to create animations around “Disability and Art'Read more

NDACA’s Project Manager Explores the History of Disability Arts Movement

NDACA's Project Manager Zoe updates us on the different elements of the project and talks about: Disability Arts MovementRead more

NDACA Artist Poppy Nash Talks Disability Arts

Shape's Georgia Macqueen Black spoke to artist Poppy Nash to find out how NDACA has helped her to express her Types 1 Diabetes through artRead more

Announcing NDACA's Successful R&D Recipients!

We're delighted to announce the successful applicants for the first ever National Disability Arts Collection and Archive (NDACA) R&D Award!Read more

Meet the NDACA Design team!

The National Disability Arts Collection & Archive introduce the Design Team who are working to provide a space for the public to engage with the archiveRead more

NDACA R&Ds: Meet the Mentors

Meet the four artist mentors for NDACA's new Research and Development grants programme!Read more

Our Heritage Story: Disability Through an Intellectual & Political Lens

Shape’s Georgia Macqueen Black, NDACA’s Marketing Officer, tells us just how much the Archive has to offer and achieve.Read more

Buckinghamshire New University join forces with NDACA

Nina Thomas shares her experiences working alongside the NDACA team at Bucks for the digitisation of Baroness Campbell's collectionRead more

NDACA: Back to the Future

NDACA archivist Alex Cowan finds help (and hope) in history repeating itselfRead more