February 17, 2022

Moving Pictures

Dance film Moving Pictures takes the story of artists living with disabilities from backstage to the big screen.
February 4, 2022

The art of honesty

Q.A.A.C. Co-Conspirator David Wudel wrote this lovely piece out of the conversations from Q.A.A.C.
November 5, 2021

New Ideas in Music-Making

This new workshop series at the National accessArts Centre is breaking down barriers in music-making.
October 29, 2021

The Art of Group Facilitation

Richelle Bear Hat, Special Projects Facilitator at the National accessArts Centre shares best practices for working with ensembles.
October 29, 2021

Setting the Foundation for a Thriving Artistic Practice

Three artists from the National accessArts Centre take steps towards creating their own thriving artistic practices
October 29, 2021

Best Practices for Creating Artist-led Programs and Events

Karly Mortimer, Director of Artist and Program Development at the National accessArts Centre shares best practices for artistic programming.
October 29, 2021

Finding Her Groove

How Hip Hop Essentials helps NaAC dancer Jacia Block keep fit in a fun, inclusive, and accessible environment.
August 24, 2021

Creating Connection — and Character — through Dance

Gratitude GoGo co-facilitator Alicia Morrison describes her process of creating characters through dance.
August 9, 2021

Explorations in Exhibition Making

Take a tour of Midnight in Space, the first exhibition by artist and curator Michelle Bennie at the National accessArts Centre.
July 14, 2021

NaAC and ATB present: WINDOW

With the generous support of Calgary Arts Development and ATB, we're starting to roll out a large-scale public art exhibition featuring ten brand new artworks created by National accessArts Centre artists!
July 8, 2021

Opening the Door to the Art of Drag

DeVery Bess has always been a performer, but it took a special person to pull them out of the mainstream theatre world—which was riddled with obstacles—and into the bright lights and loving embrace of drag. Now, they’re opening the door for National accessArts Centre (NaAC) artists to explore cabaret, and develop their personal stories and performance skills along the way.