In celebration of the tenth anniversary of Shape Arts’ flagship art award, the Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary, please join us from 6 to 8pm on Thursday 3 May for an artist conversation and publication launch accompanying our latest exhibition In Out There, taking place at Attenborough Arts Centre until 17 June.

In Out There showcases the enduring influence of renowned disabled artist and activist Adam Reynolds, the ARMB’s namesake, and features newly commissioned work by 2018 ARMB recipient Terence Birch, as well as work by Sarah Carpenter, Nicola Lane and Catherine Cleary, who were all shortlisted for this year's award. The conversation will take place between these four artists, and will be chaired by Jenni Lomax OBE; Jenni was instrumental in setting up the Bursary in 2008, alongside Adam Reynolds’ friends and family, and as Director of Camden Arts Centre (1990-2017) hosted the inaugural ARMB residency with recipient artist Noëmi Lakmaier.

Following the event we invite guests to share a drink with us as we launch the Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary at Ten publication, featuring essays and texts by Sir Nicholas Serota, Jenni Lomax, Manick Govinda, Noëmi Lakmaier, Simon Raven and Tony Heaton OBE, discussing and exploring the significance and legacy of the award.

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This event is fully wheelchair accessible and will be supported by a Palantypist.

In Out There runs until 17 June. Please find full information on the exhibition at

Image: Work by Nicola Lane (foreground) and Catherine Cleary (background) in In Out There, installation view, Attenborough Arts Centre 2018. Image by Dani Bower

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