Generation workshops for young people with disabilities

Project Ability is delivering a summer programme of multi–sensory workshops exploring contemporary visual art and art spaces as part of GENERATION. The workshops are for young people with additional support needs aged 12 +.

We are offering the workshops to holiday clubs and groups providing activity to young people with disabilities. The workshops are free of charge and will take place on weekdays between the 30th June and 23rd July. Each group is offered the opportunity to take part in two workshops. Dates and times will be arranged for the convenience of your group.

In our gallery, in Trongate 103, we are showing a new mural painting by artist Cameron Morgan and we have teamed up with GOMA to deliver the second part of this special workshop duo. Both sessions are created and led by Drama Artist, Clare Hume. They are interactive and accessible experiences, using movement, storytelling and sensory stimuli to excite the eyes, ears, nose and fingertips!

Workshop one is located in Project Ability’s Gallery in Trongate 103 where Clare will take you on a journey inspired by Cameron Morgan’s epic painting: Cameron’s Way coast to coast.

Workshop two  takes place in GOMA where you will explore the building and its nooks and crannies.
(1hr 15mins)

Please contact Create Programme Manager Lisa Clark on 0141 552 2822 or email

GENERATION is a landmark series of exhibitions tracing the remarkable development of contemporary art in Scotland over the last 25 years. It is an ambitious and extensive programme of works of art by over 100 artists in over 60 galleries, exhibition spaces and venues the length and breadth of Scotland.

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