The Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary Shortlist Exhibition at BALTIC 39 features work by the five artists shortlisted for Shape Art’s prestigious flagship award: Leah Clements, Laura Lulika, Amy Rosa, Romily Alice Walden and the recipient of the 2019 bursary, Sophie Hoyle.
The bursary was set up in 2008 in memory of the life and work of sculptor Adam Reynolds (1959-2005). Designed to support mid-career disabled artists looking to develop their practice and build their profile, the ARMB programme offers substantial funds and an accompanying three-month residency at a high-profile arts venue. In 2019, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art will host the bursary artist and shortlist exhibition, in collaboration with Shape Arts. More information about the Award
Please note this exhibition includes images of blood.
It also includes a work containing sexually explicit content and access to that particular work is limited to over 18s.
The Project Space at BALTIC 39 is fully accessible to wheelchair users, with lift access to the gallery. Audio Description is available for this exhibition, please ask a member of BALTIC Crew. Exhibition guides for this exhibition are available in large print format in the gallery.
Events as part of the Adam Reynolds Memorial Shortlist Exhibition will be British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted.
BALTIC 39 is an inclusive place to visit, where everyone is welcome. You can read BALTIC 39's Accessibility Guide here.
If you have any additional access requests, please contact Sara Dziadik, Shape Arts Programme Manager, by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0207 424 7330. Alternatively, telephone BALTIC 39 directly on 0191 261 3830.