Raku cermaic workshop

Raku workshop

A group of ReConnect artists had an exciting day of raku with ceramic artist Nicola Henderson at Glasgow Ceramic Studios on Sunday. It was a perfect day to be working outdoors and after painting their ceramics with glaze, which had…Read On

colourful weaving art at Linn Park by Project Ability

Linn Park Adventure Playground – Week 4!

We are nearly at the end of our outdoor art workshops at Linn Park! Last week the youth groups were working hard to complete their pieces ready for the final install next week. We were even joined by a friendly…Read On

making paper wigs at project ability, merchant city festival

Paper wigs at Merchant City Festival!

Despite the rainy Glasgow weather, our paper making wig workshop at The Merchant City Festival was queued out! The groups experimented with different paper curling and folding techniques and the results were fantastic. I’m sure the adults enjoyed it just…Read On

wet felting project ability

Summer Art Camp, Kirkintilloch – Week 3!

Another week of the Summer Art Camp at Kirkintilloch and another new technique to explore! This time the groups tried their hand at wet felting, producing some beautiful pieces to be cut into coasters and placemats. For the next session…Read On

outdoor art at Linn Park made at a Project Ability workshop

Linn Park Adventure Playground Week 3!

Despite the downpour our groups were working hard on their weatherproof weaving and some even braved the rain to hang their artworks on the fences! Each panel is a unique hand woven artwork created from a variety of recycled and…Read On

Create+ Young Makers is 1 year old!

Our Create+ Young Makers Programme is one year old! We have delivered 12 monthly creative opportunities for young adults to learn a variety of new product making skills and enterprising experiences. Our young makers have created a host of exciting…Read On

Kirkintilloch Art Camp

Kirkintilloch Art Camp with Project Ability

Project Ability recently delivered another Art Camp fortnight at Kirkintilloch’s Barony Chambers. For the first session participants created applique bags  – using an exciting array of coloured fabric to transform sketches and drawings into functional fabric masterpieces. In week two…Read On