ARMB recipient Carmen Papalia discusses his performance ‘Mobility Device’ with BBC Foley Artist, Alison Craig, at the Victoria & Albert Museum. Read more
In partnership with the Royal Opera House and 22 other cultural organisations, Shape's Inspiring Futures Open Day was certainly inspiring ... Read more
Unlimited was at the heart of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, celebrating the work of disabled artists on an unprecedented scale. Between 2014 and 2016 Unlimited will once again support disabled artists creating extraordinary work. We announced our first round of supported artists and companies on 31 March 2014. Read more
The Shortlist 7 opening party was a celebration of ARMB present and past, with Carmen Papalia exploring "an alternative to visual culture" that everyone can experience. Read more
Shape provides opportunities and support for disabled artists and cultural organisations to build a more inclusive and representative cultural sector
From life and death to her less-than-traditional practice, Shape Artist Amy Nettleton tells us all about her personal approach to art ...
Shape Artist Jon Adams considers himself to be an outsider artist. Influenced by both his Asperger’s Syndrome and his synaesthesia, his work explores sense and sensitivity, and questions what the term ‘normal’ really means.
The Shape Arts Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary (ARMB), set up in memory of sculptor Adam Reynolds to support mid-career disabled artists, is now open for submissions