To celebrate the exhibition ‘It’s in the Detail’ by artists Nils McDiarmid, Leslie Thompson and Robin Wise, Project Ability is running a visual arts festival to coincide with Glasgow International 2020.
Project Ability are inviting learning disability community groups to join us for the day; tour the exhibition, visit the other galleries in Trongate103, have a spot of lunch and take part in a drawing workshop.
Ready, Steady Draw will take place in Project Ability’s gallery and studio at:
If you are a learning disabled artist or disability community group we would love if you could join us! Dates available are:
Monday 27th April, 10-2.30pm
Tuesday 28th April, 10-2.30pm
Wednesday 29th April, 10-2.30pm
Thursday 30th April, 10-2.30pm
Friday 1st May, 10-2.30pm
Monday 4th May, 10-2.30pm
Tuesday 5th May, 10-2.30pm
Wednesday 6th May, 10-2.30pm
Thursday 7th May, 10-2.30pm
Each day will be led by a professional artist and one or more Project Ability Artist.
Taking part is free of charge but booking is essential. To book please call or email.
Telephone: 0141 552 2822
The exhibition ‘It’s in the Detail’ brings together work by three artists who predominantly make drawings, mostly black ink on paper. The artists live in Edinburgh, Manchester and Aberdeen and work in artist studios which provide specialist support to people with learning disabilities.
Glasgow International is Scotland’s largest festival of contemporary art taking place every two years across the city of Glasgow.
Ready, Steady Draw is funded by R S MacDonald Charitable Trust.