13/Jul/2019 — 7/Sep/2019

NDACA at the Grundy 

Art, Anger and Rights from the Disability Arts

Movement

 

Curated in partnership with the National Disability Arts Collection and Archive (NDACA), Grundy Art Gallery will host an exhibition that will tell the heritage story of a group of disabled people and their allies who broke down barriers, helped change the law and made great art and culture about those struggles. Including artworks, documentary materials and ephemera, the exhibition will have a particular focus on artists based in the North, and will examine the impact of their work at both a local and national level.

NDACA at the Grundy is presented as part of Access Fylde Coast, a project led by Disability First, Blackpool, and funded by the Coastal Communities Fund, which aims to boost tourism across the Fylde Coast while breaking down the barriers to disability.