National Disability Arts Collection and Archive

The UK Disability Arts Movement is a unique movement which began in Britain in the 1970s.
It was made up of a group of angry disabled people and their allies who broke barriers, helped change the law, and made great culture about that struggle. This heritage story will live on through NDACA – the collection of objects, ephemera and stories of the Disability Arts Movement.

This brochure reveals the 2015-2018 collecting and digitising process that will allow NDACA to tell a truly great heritage story.

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