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Artwork of the Week: Tim Burgess by Michael Earll

art to roam global auction!

Project Ability is excited to announce a brand new venture and partnership! Some time ago now we were approached about an art auction raising funds for a very important cause;  animal welfare all over the world. Project Ability is one…Read On

The Birds, by John McNaught: Art in the Gart

Art in the Gart A space for creativity and wellbeing presents… The Birds by John McNaught The oil paintings in this exhibition have all been created by Project Ability artist John McNaught. The Birds were made in John’s studio, at…Read On

Cordially Invited 4, 2021

Project Ability is once again delighted to have been invited to exhibit works digitally in the Cordially Invited group exhibition in the USA! Located in Baltimore, Maryland, Make Studio is: “a community-based arts organization in Baltimore, MD, envisioning a world…Read On

Landscape Series by Duncan Gray

Climate Call-Out! Exhibition Call-Out for Cop 26 Climate artworks

Project Ability’s 2021 Annual Christmas Exhibition Climate theme 19 November – 23 December Call-out for artworks! Our X-mas exhibition for 2021 is focussed on the Climate Crisis, and the COP26 Climate Conference being held in Glasgow in November. We are…Read On

ReConnect Walking Group: Woodlands Community Garden

It was another day of sunshine for our walking group last week and a good day to be outdoors. The group met at the Lobey Dosser statue at Woodlands Road and made the short journey to the Woodlands community garden….Read On

Kiltwalk 2021: Register to Fundraise for Project Ability

Ramblers and amblers: we need you! Take part in this years Kiltwalk, and fundraise to support our artists! Money raised will help us continue to offer our dedicated artists: studio space; art supplies; teaching; and opportunities to sell and exhibit work….Read On

Artwork of the Week: Christopher Newman’s Woodland

Our artists have been thinking about the environmental crisis, and making art that reflects these themes. Christopher Newman‘s woodland is a delicate and expressive love letter to forests. Forests feel still, but Christopher has created a sense of movement and…Read On

COP26 Banner Making Project

Climate change is real and affects us all. Join this art project with other learning disabled people to have your voice heard COP26 is coming to Glasgow:  31 October to 12 November. Project Ability is looking for 10 groups across…Read On

ReConnect Walking Group at Glasgow GoMA

What a joy to visit GoMA after such a long time! Our walking group visited the Gallery of Modern Art this week. We booked in advance to make sure we all got in together (although booking is no longer necessary!)…Read On

ReConnect Walking Group: Street Level Photoworks

Our walking group didn’t venture too far afield last week for two very good reasons. Firstly, the weather was pretty inclement and secondly, there are some excellent exhibitions in Trongate 103 that really shouldn’t be missed. The first port of…Read On

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