There are still a few places available for our On Your Radar free workshops, Thursday 02 December.
Stained glass, banner making, even a free screening in GMAC, On Your Radar is an event not to be missed.
Click here for more info on the workshops.
To book a place: 0141 552 2822 or email@example.com
Tonight's Monday Night Social (29/11/10) is cancelled due to the weather conditions. There will be an extra Monday Night Social on Monday 13 December in order to replace today's.
Enjoy the snow!
In order to mark the countdown to the opening of our Xmas Show - prints prints prints, we will upload a new print every day on our Facebook page. That's our way to give you a little preview, and an idea of what to expect!
Each print featured in the show is an original piece of work by Project Ability artists, and will be available to buy (£10 to £50), so make sure you come by, you might find your perfect Christmas present!
Xmas Show - prints prints prints
27 Nov - 23 Dec
Opening: Thursday 02 December 6pm - 9pm
On Your Radar (1 – 3 December 2010) is Glasgow’s annual arts and learning disability festival. On the 2nd December, Project Ability and Art Trek and Friends are hosting the event in our premises in Trongate 103.
Book now for free workshops in “stained glass” and glass painting. Help us make a banner which will be hung in the foyer of Trongate 103 and while you are here visit GMAC on the 5th floor to see a new film “Nine Lives”.
Stained Glass: 1 – 2pm and, 2 – 3pm
Banner making: 10 – 12 noon and 1 – 3pm
Film Screening: Nine Lives 2pm and 3pm
Workshop places are limited so please contact us to book. 0141 552 2822 or firstname.lastname@example.org
“I think it’s a good idea to encourage more art in day centres. On Your Radar gives people an opportunity to try out new art experiences.” -Gary Turner (Art Ambassador)
We entered a few artworks from young artists who attend our Create visual arts classes into the Enquire (Children in Scotland) art competition, and Euan Stewart won!
Euan’s name was picked out of a hat which had the names of all the other young artists who entered the competition. His prize is a signed copy of Jacqueline Wilson's book The Worry Website, with a talking book cd too.
You can see the artworks here.
Amy Westendarp, of Enquire, said about all the young artists: "Please thank them and tell them we would love them to send us more art, we thought it was all a very high standard."
Enquire is Scotland's dedicated service giving advice on children's right to get extra help at school.
Enquire has a great online gallery called 'Your Views', where they regularly show some photos of our workshops and of artworks by Project Ability young artists, so don't hesitate to send them some photos!
Image: painting by Euan Stewart
Harris Burnett, who attends our Create programme, has won an award for his film Culture Vulture!
We entered Harris's film in the "Kids for Kids" Film Festival in Durham, and the Youth Jury selected Culture Vulture! as the Best 1 Minute film.
We are all very proud of Harris, and are looking forward to presenting him with his well-deserved award!
Click here to see Culture Vulture.
Image: still from 'Culture Vulture'
Artist Robert Reddick, has had two drawings selected for the Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibition.
The drawings, both ink on paper, are called Old Waverley and Kelvingrove, have been very well received: in fact Kelvingrove has already been sold!
Reddick's work was last seen in his recent solo exhibition Recalling Lines. Well done, Robert!
Robert Reddick is represented by Project Ability. Original art work can be purchased from our gallery shop while his full collection can be viewed by appointment.
Images: top: 'Kelvingrove'
bottom: 'Old Waverley'
Project Ability has launched a Christmas Pounds Appeal!
Please, don’t buy us presents or send us Christmas cards; no chocolates, cakes, biscuits or bottles of wine! Just give us the money!!
We want your PENNIES and POUNDS!
Our target is one thousand POUNDS.
It costs £500 to design and print an exhibition card, send out the invites and organise a preview evening.
£1000 buys a 10 week project for people with mental health issues and learning disabilities.
£1500 buys a 10 week project for children and young people.
A £5 donation rather than 5lbs of chocolate will help us to raise much needed funds...
Click here if you wish to donate to our Christmas Pound Appeal.
Many thanks to you all!
Janette Stewart, who's son attends one of our visual arts classes, will be running the New York Marathon on Sunday 7 November.
She has very generously decided to raise money for Project Ability. If you are interested in supporting Janette and Project Ability, please click here.
From all the staff and participants: thanks a lot Janette, and good luck!
Image: taken from Running Advice and News website.
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