April 21, 2021

Studio Visit with May G N

Addressing the world through a collage-based practice, May reclaims imagery and reapplies them in alternative ways.
April 21, 2021

Queer Accessible Arts Cabaret (QAAC)

Registration is open for the first semester of QAAC. Classes start May 9 and will run Sundays between 1pm and 3/4pm.
March 23, 2021
rare 2.0 event details - text below

Presenting rare 2.0 – the NaAC annual (virtual) fundraiser

February 26, 2021
NaAC participants on Zoom

New visual arts program directions for 2021

February 22, 2021
NaAC receives funding

City of Calgary confirms $2.5M investment towards old Scouts Canada building to create new home for the National accessArts Centre

February 7, 2021
NaAC has a new website

Notice anything different? accessarts.ca is now live!

February 7, 2021
National accessArts Centre Programming Guide

NaAC = Dance + Music + Theatre + Visual Arts: New programs unveiled for 2021-22.

February 2, 2021
National accessArts Centre in Dubai

The NaAC welcomes three new members to its Board of Directors.

May 25, 2021
Harmanie posing in her wheelchair in a naturally lit room

Introduction to Accessible Movement

Join Harmanie in the celebration of individuality and diversity through dance. Over the course of 9 weeks, we will explore contemporary dance, improvisation, and choreography. We will find ways to move with ourselves, in pairs, and in groups while expressing creativity through the use of impulse, flow, time, and weight. Everything can be done seated, standing or on the floor; the invitation is always to be true to what feels best in the moment.
May 18, 2021
Harmanie posing in her wheelchair in a naturally lit room

Introduction to Accessible Movement

Join Harmanie in the celebration of individuality and diversity through dance. Over the course of 9 weeks, we will explore contemporary dance, improvisation, and choreography. We will find ways to move with ourselves, in pairs, and in groups while expressing creativity through the use of impulse, flow, time, and weight. Everything can be done seated, standing or on the floor; the invitation is always to be true to what feels best in the moment.
May 11, 2021
Harmanie posing in her wheelchair in a naturally lit room

Introduction to Accessible Movement

Join Harmanie in the celebration of individuality and diversity through dance. Over the course of 9 weeks, we will explore contemporary dance, improvisation, and choreography. We will find ways to move with ourselves, in pairs, and in groups while expressing creativity through the use of impulse, flow, time, and weight. Everything can be done seated, standing or on the floor; the invitation is always to be true to what feels best in the moment.
May 9, 2021
A close up of a face covered in paint. The person is covering their mouth with their hands that are also covered in paint. The person has blue eyes.

Q.A.A.C. – Season 1: The DigiVolve

A global pandemic has set the stage for digital art-making and sharing. This season will explore film, photography, and graphic design and how it is possible to stay creative and connected from home. Artist co-conspirators include Emma Li, Laura Balanko-Dickson and Ebony Gooden.
May 4, 2021
Harmanie posing in her wheelchair in a naturally lit room

Introduction to Accessible Movement

Join Harmanie in the celebration of individuality and diversity through dance. Over the course of 9 weeks, we will explore contemporary dance, improvisation, and choreography. We will find ways to move with ourselves, in pairs, and in groups while expressing creativity through the use of impulse, flow, time, and weight. Everything can be done seated, standing or on the floor; the invitation is always to be true to what feels best in the moment.
April 27, 2021
Harmanie posing in her wheelchair in a naturally lit room

Introduction to Accessible Movement

Join Harmanie in the celebration of individuality and diversity through dance. Over the course of 9 weeks, we will explore contemporary dance, improvisation, and choreography. We will find ways to move with ourselves, in pairs, and in groups while expressing creativity through the use of impulse, flow, time, and weight. Everything can be done seated, standing or on the floor; the invitation is always to be true to what feels best in the moment.
April 20, 2021
Harmanie posing in her wheelchair in a naturally lit room

Introduction to Accessible Movement

Join Harmanie in the celebration of individuality and diversity through dance. Over the course of 9 weeks, we will explore contemporary dance, improvisation, and choreography. We will find ways to move with ourselves, in pairs, and in groups while expressing creativity through the use of impulse, flow, time, and weight. Everything can be done seated, standing or on the floor; the invitation is always to be true to what feels best in the moment.
April 13, 2021
Harmanie posing in her wheelchair in a naturally lit room

Introduction to Accessible Movement

Join Harmanie in the celebration of individuality and diversity through dance. Over the course of 9 weeks, we will explore contemporary dance, improvisation, and choreography. We will find ways to move with ourselves, in pairs, and in groups while expressing creativity through the use of impulse, flow, time, and weight. Everything can be done seated, standing or on the floor; the invitation is always to be true to what feels best in the moment.
April 6, 2021
Harmanie posing in her wheelchair in a naturally lit room

Introduction to Accessible Movement

Join Harmanie in the celebration of individuality and diversity through dance. Over the course of 9 weeks, we will explore contemporary dance, improvisation, and choreography. We will find ways to move with ourselves, in pairs, and in groups while expressing creativity through the use of impulse, flow, time, and weight. Everything can be done seated, standing or on the floor; the invitation is always to be true to what feels best in the moment.