Canada’s oldest and largest disability arts organization…
The National accessArts Centre (NaAC) was founded as the In-Definite Arts Society in 1975. We provide artistic training, creation, and exhibition/presentation opportunities for artists with developmental, physical, and acquired disabilities.
The NaAC supports more than 300 artists living with developmental and/or physical disabilities through on-site studio supports and workshops, and an even broader community of Canadian artists with disabilities through immersive programs delivered online.
Communities across Canada recognize, celebrate, and proactively include the talents and skills of artists with disabilities.
Providing artistic training, creation, exhibition, and presenting opportunities for artists with disabilities, and sharing the power of their creativity through local and global partnerships and advocacy that opens doors for their inclusion in our arts and culture ecosystem.
Our new home is under development
Learn more about our development plans that envision a world-class, completely accessible, arts training and presentation venue.
The NaAC represents a growing community of artists living with physical and/or developmental disabilities through our artistic training, creation, and exhibition/presentation platforms. With our multidisciplinary mandate, many of our artists train and present works across the visual and performing arts disciplines. Learn more about NaAC’s community of artists by visiting artjourney, a NaAC initiative that aims to connect and showcase a global community of talented artists living with disabilities. Coming soon.
We are a diverse team dedicated to the well-being of our artist community.