Shop item of the Week: John McNaught

Shop item of the week! John McNaught is a very talented artist working in our Aspire studios. His paintings have been exhibited nationally and internationally and are a testament to how far he has come since the incident that changed his life several years…Read On

Glasgow School of Art students giving a presentation at Project Ability

Glasgow School of Art x Project Ability

For the second year running, final year students from the Sculpture and Environment Art Department at Glasgow School of Art, have joined Project Ability to work alongside the Create, Aspire and ReConnect workshops.  After a competitive application and interview process,…Read On

a group of visitors listening to a talk at Project Ability

Extraordinary Responses Seminar and Art Raffle

Thank you to everyone who came along to our Extraordinary Responses Seminar! A special thanks to all our speakers: Dr Anthony Lewis, Cheryl McGeachan, Claire Coia, Richard Anderson, Stuart Low, Morag Macgilchrist, Celine Mcilmunn, Sian Mather. Also a big congratulations…Read On

Down’s Syndrome Sunday Social – 2/2/2020

We had a wonderful time at the weekend at The Down’s Syndrome Sunday Social workshop. The group were experimenting with plaster relief casting and painting. Looking forward to seeing the final results!

Quiz night fundraiser 2020!

Massive thanks to everyone who came to the Quiz Night fundraising event here at Project Ability last night! Together you all helped us raise £370. And a big congratulations to the winning team, Dangerous Weather, with an extra special congratulations…Read On

Quiz Night 2020!

We are gearing up for the annual Project Ability Quiz Night! This fundraising event is open to anyone who can make it along on Thursday the 30th of January from 7pm. Drinks available to purchase from the bar and entry…Read On

Abercorn silk painting

Fabric painting at Abercorn

Tracy and Doreen were back at Abercorn School, this time helping the young people paint onto silk. Inspired by nature, everyone traced their flower or bird shapes and brought them to life with vibrant colours onto stretched silk. The results look…Read On