Shape are curating the world’s smallest temporary art gallery, 'Tight Modern’, at Liberty Festival on 7th Sept in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The Tight Modern is a miniature replica of London’s iconic Tate Modern Gallery, devised and delivered by our partners at Creative Future, in which Shape will be showcasing 50 artworks by our most exciting, emerging visual artists from across the UK.

National Paralympic Day featuring the Mayor of London's Liberty Festival is a free family day out with a host of activities in the Park from 12noon until 8pm.

The Liberty Festival will present an exciting programme of Deaf and disability arts including street theatre, dance, live music, film, installations and children's activities. Prepare to be amazed by 'The Limbless Knight' an inspiring performance from Graeae whose Artistic Director Jenny Sealey also co-directed the Paralympic Opening Ceremony. There'll also be a special appearance from singer Andrea Begley, winner of BBC's 'The Voice'.

Come and try out Paralympic sports, Q&A and autograph sessions with Paralympic medalists and the chance to watch ParalympicsGB stars take on the world in the Copper Box Arena, the newly re-opened London 2012 venue. Here you will be able to enjoy Boccia, Sitting Volleyball and Wheelchair Basketball, all for free (tickets required).

The event aims to be fully accessible and includes captioning and British Sign Language interpretation throughout the Music Stage performances, roving British Sign Language interpreters, audio description tours during the afternoon plus wheelchair access across the site.

To find out more, and to register for free tickets for the Paralympic sports at the Copper Box Arena , visit: