What's on Events & exhibitions NDACA at City Hall: Audio Description Tour Blind and sight impaired people are invited to join Shape for a free Audio Description tour of the National Disability Arts Collection and Archive exhibition at City Hall on 13 June.Telling the story of the Disability Arts Movement through a series of boards featuring articles, archive items, scanned pieces from the collection, quotes and a timeline, the exhibition is a journey through the history of disability arts, when disabled people broke down barriers, helped change the law and made great art and culture about those struggles. This Audio Description tour will explore the artworks, objects and photographs featured in the exhibition and includes a joint talk with Audio Describer Louise Fryer and NDACA's Archivist Alex Cowan. The tour is free to attend, however booking is required. Numbers are limited and early booking is advisable. If you would like to attend, please email [email protected] or call 020 7424 7322. There will be a brief security check on the door so please arrive at 10.25am and meet in the café downstairs. Visiting and travel information for City Hall can be found at www.london.gov.uk/about-us/our-building-and-squares/how-find-city-hall. The National Disability Arts Collection and Archive (NDACA) is a project delivered by Shape Arts and chronicles the heritage story of the Disability Arts Movement, when a group of disabled people and their allies broke down barriers, helped change the law and made great art and culture about that journey. At the end of June 2018, we will launch www.the-ndaca.org, where the material past of the Disability Arts Movement comes to life through a catalogue of 3,000 deposits, a series of oral history films, Disability History Month animations, and so much more. Booking for this event has now closed.