Beyond human: sensing sound

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.

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Author: Eli Hayes

Beyond human: capturing the wild

In the second of a series of blogs, artist Alicia Radage explores the role of the 'wild' in her practice.

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Author: Eli Hayes

Beyond human: Shamanism and neurodivergence

Through research and creative experimentation, Alicia is currently exploring the potential relationship between Shamanism and Neurodiversity.

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Author: Eli Hayes

Resources ...

  • An Accessible Arts Marketing Guide

    How to ensure accessibility is met at every stage of your marketing Read more

  • How to Put On an Accessible Exhibition

    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

  • Mental Health Tips for Arts Workers

    The Shape team offer their best tips for caring for your mental health when you work in the arts Read more

  • Social Model of Disability

    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