Flashback to February

It’s been awhile since we’ve had the pleasure of presenting an exhibition at the Project Ability gallery! A lot has happened since then, and a lot hasn’t happened. Our studios and workshops have been closed since mid March, along with…Read On

Monochrome drawing by Robin Wise

It’s in the detail

(This exhibition has been postponed) Project Ability’s exhibition ‘It’s in the detail’ is part of the curated arts festival: Glasgow International 2020. The exhibition features work from three artists; Leslie Thompson, Nils McDiarmid and Robin Wise. — Leslie Thompson, Nils…Read On

gigantic ceramic pencils in a large wooden box

Sharp and to the Point

‘Sharp and to the Point’ is a solo showcase by Cameron Morgan.  For those visitors of Project Ability who know Cameron Morgan’s work, these pencils are a natural and logical development from his ongoing series of work titled ‘Knick Knacks…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

The IASSIDD Exhibition – now closed

There will also be Artists Talks on Thursday 5th March 4-6pm, followed by an evening drinks reception 6-8pm. Please register for your free ticket for this event here.    IASSIDD International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual and Development…Read On

Paralym Art Exhibition

We are pleased to announce that two Project Ability Aspire artists have had their work selected to be part of the 2019 Paralym Art Exhibition in Tokyo! The theme was dance, and John McNaught and Cameron Morgan were both not…Read On