The National accessArts Centre (NaAC), Canada’s largest disability arts organization, is pleased to welcome the following new individuals to our Board of Directors: • John Stinson (Vancouver, BC) – Vice … Continue reading The National accessArts Centre welcomes new members to its Board of Directors
The National accessArts Centre, Canada’s largest disability arts organization, is pleased to announce our new suite of programs, workshops, and exhibition/presentation opportunities for 2021-22.
Our in-studio programs are closed effective immediately due to COVID-19.
Indefinite Arts Centre to rebrand as the National accessArts Centre, with multidisciplinary programming to take place in a new facility
We’re opening a new exhibition at the ATB Financial Branch for Art and Culture! Click here for details.
Join us for our Community Movie Night + Fundraiser. Learn more about IAC and our remarkable artists, and watch a screening of Kusama: Infinity.
Excited to be partnering with cSPACE and artist Andy Moro for an extraordinary installation of our artists’ works in the first floor of the cSPACE facility.
The Belonging in Literary Arts residency offers dedicated and supported time for an artist to explore how we care for, share, and deliver stories from marginalized and diverse communities. T
View our new 2019/20 Annual Report online.
When the Peter Lougheed Centre put out a call for artwork to help populate the barren and white walls of their temporary COVID-19 hospital spaces, our artists were happy to … Continue reading COVID Well-Wishes
Statement from our CEO: “Many of our staff members have been emotionally impacted by the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Some have seen systemic racism take place. Others have been the victim of it in … Continue reading Statement
Our facility remains closed, but our programming and exhibitions are more exciting than ever.