On Friday April 24 2015, Shape is holding an open day for young disabled people hoping to break into the creative sector as part of its Inspiring Futures programme. 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
The Shortlist 7 Exhibition features work by the four artists shortlisted for the 2015 Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary.
Shape provides opportunities and support for disabled artists and cultural organisations to build a more inclusive and representative cultural sector
Shape Open 2014 finalist Ben Jack Nash talks to us about public order, financial crashes and 'digimania'
Shape artist Omeima Mudawi-Rowlings tells us about her 2-week residency and group exhibition with the Museum of Islamic Art
At Shape, all of our work is informed by our working to the Social Model of Disability. Find out more about the Model, and how it takes action against discrimination, by visiting this page.