ARMB Artists’ Studio Residency Project Shape is delighted to be working with The New Art Gallery Walsall, to host the 2015-2016 Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary (ARMB). This bursary was established in 2008 by Shape, in memory of sculptor Adam Reynolds (1959-2005), to support disabled mid-career artists to develop their practice and profile. From 8 October The New Art Gallery Walsall will be showcasing works from each of the seven previous recipients of the Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary in anticipation of the 2015 winner. Noëmi Lakmaier (Camden Arts Centre, London, 2008) Sally Booth (The Bluecoat, Liverpool, 2009) Aaron Williamson (Spike Island, Bristol, 2010) Caroline Cardus (BALTIC, Gateshead, 2011) Simon Raven (Camden Arts Centre, London, 2012) Aaron McPeake (Spike Island, Bristol, 2013) Carmen Papalia (The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 2014) The exhibition is situated in the Long Gallery, on First Floor – next to the artist Studio which will be occupied by the successful ARMB recipient form 5 January. Please enquire at reception for an Audio Described tour of the exhibition, with TNAGW Gallery Invigilators. Visit The New Art Gallery Walsall website for more information on access. To read more about the Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary, including past recipients, click here.Image credit: Aaron Williamson - The Forgotten History of the Affligare, Spike Island 2010. Booking for this event has now closed.