Shape is excited to be exhibiting our Pop-Up Gallery prints at Kingston Grammar School until June 2012. We are honoured that the Baxter Gallery is being used to promote the work of Shape.

Tony Heaton, Shape's CEO, commented 'Pop-Up Galleries are a great way for Shape to get great art into lots of different communities, and we are delighted to be on show at Kingston Grammar School.'

Shape has started a Pop-Up Gallery initiative in order to promote the work of disabled artists and engage communities by letting people explore the art for themselves. What is a Pop-Up Gallery? It is an Art Gallery that's just 'popped up' in the local community. Shape uses vacant spaces to showcase work from some of the UK's most talented disabled artists, helping them to raise their profile and make great art accessible.

The work on exhibit in these spaces, and at the Baxter Gallery, are also on sale here.

You can read about the exhibition in the Kingston Grammar School's newsletter, and find out more about the school at their website.

Contact Sara on 0207 424 7344 or email [email protected] for more information.

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