Unlimited

Arts commissioning programme

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Sea Sharpe as part of Brownton Abbey by Tarik Elmoutawakil. Photo by Victor Frankowski

Unlimited is a commissioning programme, delivered in partnership by Shape Arts and Artsadmin, with Jo Verrent as Senior Producer.

Unlimited supports ambitious, creative projects by outstanding disabled artists and companies. The projects include theatre, dance, music, literature, performance, painting, sculpture, public artworks, photography, digital artworks, installations, films and more.

Unlimited wants to change perceptions of disabled people by commissioning disabled artists in the UK and internationally to make new, groundbreaking and high quality work.

We also do this by building a community of Unlimited Allies who help us to embed the work of disabled artists in the mainstream cultural sector and improve access for artists and audiences.

Unlimited works with disabled artists from all over the UK – England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland – and offers funding for research and development, to make small and large-scale projects happen in the UK and around the world, and awards for emerging artists who are new to art, early-career or haven’t had reached large audiences yet. We also fund full commissions (from an artist’s idea through to its realisation and touring) and commissions created through international collaborations.

Since 2013, Unlimited has provided nearly £4 million to 280 disabled artists through commissions, awards and support, making it the largest supporter of disabled artists worldwide. Over 1 million people have engaged with or seen Unlimited Commissions by disabled artists.

Visit the Unlimited website to find out more.
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Date Title Venue City
1 March 2018 Sweatshop: Demystifying Access Toynbee Studios
6 December 2014 Touretteshero: Backstage in Biscuitland Toynbee Studios
2–7 September 2014 Unlimited Festival Southbank Centre London
2 September 2014 The Dinner Party Revisited Toynbee Studios
Person holding a ballon in a party and smiling
Sea Sharpe as part of Brownton Abbey by Tarik Elmoutawakil. Photo by Victor Frankowski