National Disability Arts Collection and Archive Grants
Applications are now open for the National Disability Arts Collection and Archive (NDACA)’s new Research and Development mentoring grants for emerging disabled artists. NDACA, the Disability Arts Movement heritage project delivered by Shape Arts, is inviting UK-based emerging disabled artists to apply for one of four Research and Development Grants. Each of the awarded artists will receive a grant of £1,000 to make new work as part of their ongoing artistic practice, and will be mentored by one of four key artists who were involved in the ‘Golden Age’ of the Disability Arts Movement.
Expires: June 30, 2017
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