Aspire is Project Ability’s visual arts training and workshop programme for adults with learning disabilities. The programme takes place in our workshop in Trongate 103 and offers a wide choice of creative opportunities.
Classes run in eight week sessions throughout the year, there are nine classes each week lasting for two hours. The class sizes are kept small and we will work with you to address your support needs and access requirements. Two professional artists are on hand to offer guidance and a large range of materials are provided.
children & young people
Create is a programme that engages with children and young people with disabilities in a wide range of creative activities including regular classes, oneoff projects and events taking place across Glasgow and beyond.
All of our activities are tailored to the individuals we work with and our professional artists are very experienced in supporting young people with a wide range of needs.
We work with individuals, families, schools, groups and other organisations. Projects and activities are often targeted at different ages and abilities.
mental health recoveryGo to connect homepage
Project Ability delivered Connect - a ground breaking arts and mental health programme - from September 2009 until its closure in June 2012.
Now, ReConnect has emerged. This artist led group started at the end of August 2012. ReConnect supports artists in their recovery from mental ill health.