Ahead of the opening of her installation at London's Wetlands Centre, we spoke to artist Anne Deeming about her project, sustainability, and the impact of the environmental crisis on disabled artists. Read more
Watch the exhibition film or listen to the audiobook, produced as part of the Adam Reynolds Award 2021. Read more
Artist and Shape Trustee Aidan Moesby takes us through the evolving relationship between language and disability rights. Read or listen now! Read more
In the final blog of their series artist Alicia Radage dissects the presence of sound in their practice in light of a commitment to accessibility.
In the second of a series of blogs, artist Alicia Radage explores the role of the 'wild' in her practice.
Through research and creative experimentation, Alicia is currently exploring the potential relationship between Shamanism and Neurodiversity.
How to ensure accessibility is met at every stage of your marketing Read more
A short guide for curators, programmers and exhibition organisers on ensuring that the exhibition you’re putting on is accessible and inclusive of disabled people Read more
The Shape team offer their best tips for caring for your mental health when you work in the arts Read more
What do we actually mean by 'disabled'? Why do we say 'disability' and 'disabled' instead of 'diffability', 'differently-abled', 'special' or 'different'? What are disabling barriers? Read more