£1.8million to support excellence and ambitions in disability arts


Shape Arts and Artsadmin will deliver the third Unlimited programme until 2020

Unlimited is an arts commissioning programme that aims to embed work by disabled artists within the UK and international cultural sectors, reach new audiences and shift perceptions of disabled people. It was initially created as part of the Cultural Olympiad 2012.

It is vital that no deaf or disabled artist experiences a barrier to realising their ambitions

At the heart of Unlimited is a commitment to presenting the best work. Previous works commissioned and developed by Unlimited include Touretteshero’s ‘Backstage in Biscuit Land’,Cameron Morgan’s ‘TV Classics Part 1’, Sheila Hill’s ‘Him’ and Aaron Williamson’s ‘Demonstrating the World’ (pictured).




£1.8million to support excellence and ambitions in disability arts


There are going to be plenty of ways to get involved with An Agent for Change across the country as more Agents for Change positions are created more opportunities will arise. This is an exciting time for the development of access and this is your chance to get involved!

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