Project Ability

Project Ability Project Ability is a Glasgow-based visual arts charity supporting artists with learning disabilities & mental ill-health. Project Ability is a Glasgow-based visual arts charity which creates opportunities for people with disabilities and people with mental health issues to express themselves and achieve their artistic potential.

Over three hundred people each week take part in our year round programme of workshops, events and exhibitions which are held in our centre in Trongate 103 and in community venues throughout the city. We work in partnership with people with disabilities and their support agencies across the UK and develop local and national arts projects, creating opportunities for people to network, share their practice and exhibit their work.

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Artwork of the week! 🌟Dylan Lombard’s photograph captures the Barras barren, two figures visible amongst the shuttered b...
15/10/2021
Artwork of the Week: Dylan Lombard - Project Ability

Artwork of the week! 🌟

Dylan Lombard’s photograph captures the Barras barren, two figures visible amongst the shuttered buildings.

Taken during the pandemic, Dylan uses shadow and light to tell a story: it feels that what we are seeing here is a bright sky chasing the shadows away. Vibrant colours dominate, causing the darkness to recede. The message feels hopeful ☀️

Dylan Lombard's solo exhibition opens today! Head down to our gallery at Trongate 103 to see Lombard's striking work.

Open: 11-5, Wed-Sat | free entry | wheelchair accessible
https://www.project-ability.co.uk/blog/artwork-of-the-week-dylan-lombard/

Dylan Lombard's photograph captures the Barras barren, only two figures visible against the shuttered buildings.

✨ Calling all artists! 🎨Advanced apologies for throwing the C-Word around in September...We are on the lookout for artwo...
20/09/2021
Climate Call-Out! Exhibition Call-Out for Cop 26 Climate artworks - Project Ability

✨ Calling all artists! 🎨

Advanced apologies for throwing the C-Word around in September...

We are on the lookout for artworks for our Christmas exhibition, which will be displayed in our gallery from 19 November - 23 December!

With #COP26 coming to Glasgow in November, our theme for this years winter exhibition is "our world and the climate crisis" 🌎

Submissions are open to artists of all experience levels to show work in any medium and style!

Submission deadline: 22 October | max. 3 artworks per artist
Please note: we are not able to include all submitted artworks in the exhibition

Visit our website for more information on the exhibition and how to submit your artwork 👇
https://www.project-ability.co.uk/blog/artists/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

✨ New exhibition opening tomorrow! ✨Our 100 Portraits is a celebration of the learning disability community, captured du...
10/09/2021

✨ New exhibition opening tomorrow! ✨

Our 100 Portraits is a celebration of the learning disability community, captured during lockdown through digital sittings and socially distanced sketches.

With the help of SCLD and the National Lottery Heritage Fund Scotland, we are delighted to present this diverse series of portraits by artists including: Doreen Kay, Jonathan McKinstry, John McNaught, Cameron Morgan and Paul Rankin.

Tutor Val O'Regan supported our artists through this project:

"The Our 100 Portraits project started off tentatively during the first few months of lockdown, with us all navigating new ways to engage and communicate.

The result is an emotive, quirky, and wonderful collection of our present time, and of the people that we cherish, admire and love, the people that have shared this year with us, some from afar, others through live zoom sketches, photographs, and memories.

In more recent history, portraiture comes in unlimited forms, and it is no longer a marker of status, but a way of exploring another person's life and their unique story and how they matter and make a difference."

📍 Visit: 11 Sept - 9 Oct | Open Wed-Sat 11-5 | Trongate 103 | free entry | wheelchair accessible
🌎 www.project-ability.co.uk/exhibitions/our-100-portraits

Ramblers and amblers: we need you! ✨🥾Take part in this years Kiltwalk, and fundraise to support our artists! Money raise...
02/09/2021

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.

The Kiltwalk is accommodating to walkers across skill levels, with a 16.5 mile route from Glasgow to Dumbarton as well as a 3.5 mile “wee wander” from Glasgow Green to the Riverside Museum. They have also devised routes that have plentiful space for social distancing.

🔗 Register: www.thekiltwalk.co.uk/scotlandskiltwalk
👋 Send us a message with any questions and for help promoting your fundraiser!

New on our blog: this weeks artwork of the week is Christopher Newman's Woodland watercolour 🌲Forests feel still, but Ch...
01/09/2021
Artwork of the Week: Christopher Newman's Woodland - Project Ability

New on our blog: this weeks artwork of the week is Christopher Newman's Woodland watercolour 🌲

Forests feel still, but Christopher has created a sense of movement and life in his watercolour, which speaks to the reality: forests are a habitat for creatures and plants, they are a source of life 🍃

Read more about the magic of trees on our blog 👇
https://www.project-ability.co.uk/blog/aotw-christopher-newman-woodland/

Christopher Newman creates a delicate watercolour woodland, which captures the movement and life of the forest.

Banners have a long tradition of civil protest and public demonstration. They can show slogans and pictures and be as si...
31/08/2021

Banners have a long tradition of civil protest and public demonstration. They can show slogans and pictures and be as simple or as elaborate as you want. 🖌

Ahead of #COP26, we're teaming up with Stop Climate Chaos Scotland to deliver a national banner making project, supporting learning disabled people to have their concerns on climate change seen and heard! 📣

Project Ability will supply a material kit, and pair each group with an artist who will arrange four zoom sessions to help you design and make a banner to highlight a local or global climate change issue 🌎

As the design and make sessions are online, groups from anywhere in the country can take part! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

You can use your banner to generate a news story, or to start a discussion on climate change with friends and family. During COP26, display your banner in a park, community centre, or school - and a make a pledge on what you will do to help combat climate change!

In January 2021 all the banners will be exhibited in Trongate 103 in Glasgow 🙌

Get involved: email [email protected] to register your interest!

Banners have a long tradition of civil protest and public demonstration. They can show slogans and pictures and be as simple or as elaborate as you want. 🖌

Ahead of #COP26, we're teaming up with Stop Climate Chaos Scotland to deliver a national banner making project, supporting learning disabled people to have their concerns on climate change seen and heard! 📣

Project Ability will supply a material kit, and pair each group with an artist who will arrange four zoom sessions to help you design and make a banner to highlight a local or global climate change issue 🌎

As the design and make sessions are online, groups from anywhere in the country can take part! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

You can use your banner to generate a news story, or to start a discussion on climate change with friends and family. During COP26, display your banner in a park, community centre, or school - and a make a pledge on what you will do to help combat climate change!

In January 2021 all the banners will be exhibited in Trongate 103 in Glasgow 🙌

Get involved: email [email protected] to register your interest!

✨ New tea towel just dropped! ✨ Who doesn't like the spirited chaos of a good ceilidh? Cameron Morgan's vibrant artwork ...
30/08/2021

✨ New tea towel just dropped! ✨

Who doesn't like the spirited chaos of a good ceilidh? Cameron Morgan's vibrant artwork makes for a very fun tea towel, which will have you polka-ing round the kitchen as you dry the dishes.

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🖼 The original piece is hanging in our gallery for just one more week(!) so visit us: 11-5 Wed-Sat | Trongate 103 | Free entry.

✨ New tea towel just dropped! ✨

Who doesn't like the spirited chaos of a good ceilidh? Cameron Morgan's vibrant artwork makes for a very fun tea towel, which will have you polka-ing round the kitchen as you dry the dishes.

🔗 project-ability.co.uk/shop

🖼 The original piece is hanging in our gallery for just one more week(!) so visit us: 11-5 Wed-Sat | Trongate 103 | Free entry.

Cameron Morgan and Tracy Gorman are off enjoying the studios, scenery and sunshine at Cove Park, where they're doing a o...
25/08/2021

Cameron Morgan and Tracy Gorman are off enjoying the studios, scenery and sunshine at Cove Park, where they're doing a one week residency ☀️ 🎨

Thanks to Cove Park for delivering a pilot programme for learning disabled artists and their collaborators - we can't wait to see what comes out of it!

Schools are back, and Virgo season has arrived, so it seems the perfect time to shout about our stationary! 📘Visit our o...
23/08/2021

Schools are back, and Virgo season has arrived, so it seems the perfect time to shout about our stationary! 📘

Visit our online shop to browse a selection of really special cyanotype notebooks crafted in our Young Makers workshops - where we give young folk the chance to don their entrepreneur hats and learn product-making skills.

Visit our online shop to buy a notebook for the Virgo in your life (even if that Virgo is you!)
🔗 project-ability.co.uk/product-category/stationary

Schools are back, and Virgo season has arrived, so it seems the perfect time to shout about our stationary! 📘

Visit our online shop to browse a selection of really special cyanotype notebooks crafted in our Young Makers workshops - where we give young folk the chance to don their entrepreneur hats and learn product-making skills.

Visit our online shop to buy a notebook for the Virgo in your life (even if that Virgo is you!)
🔗 project-ability.co.uk/product-category/stationary

Cameron Morgan - our current exhibiting artist - is absolutely buzzing 🐝 to be working with his new lino print tools, th...
20/08/2021

Cameron Morgan - our current exhibiting artist - is absolutely buzzing 🐝 to be working with his new lino print tools, thanks to a grant from Unlimited 🙌

Don't miss your chance to see Cameron's work in person in our gallery! His exhibition "Are ye dancin'... Are ye askin'?" is on display until 4 September.

We are open 11am - 5pm, Wed - Sat. The exhibition is free to visit and the gallery is wheelchair accessible (there is also an accessible toilet).

More information on Cameron's exhibition can be found on our website: project-ability.co.uk/exhibitions/are-ye-dancin-are-ye-askin-in-glasgow

What to do when your walking group is caught out by rain? Say hello to the lovely neighbours at Street Level Photoworks!...
19/08/2021
ReConnect Walking Group: Street Level Photoworks - Project Ability

What to do when your walking group is caught out by rain? Say hello to the lovely neighbours at Street Level Photoworks!

Our walkers spent some time learning about plastic pollution through Mandy Barker's photography, with a spirit-lifting visit to our own gallery afterwards to see Cameron Morgan's new exhibition 💃

More words and more photos on our blog 👇
https://www.project-ability.co.uk/blog/reconnect-walking-group-street-level-photoworks/

Wandering round Trongate 103, our walking group saw Mandy Barker's photos at Street Level and Cameron Morgan's canvases at Project Ability

Sandra Ormiston's captivating cats are this weeks artwork feature! 😺Sandra captures the curiosity, the concentration, th...
18/08/2021
Artwork of the Week: Sandra Ormiston's Cats - Project Ability

Sandra Ormiston's captivating cats are this weeks artwork feature! 😺

Sandra captures the curiosity, the concentration, the calm, and (most importantly!) the cuteness of the cat in her drawings.

Head to our blog to see more of these characterful creatures! 👇
https://www.project-ability.co.uk/blog/sandra-ormiston-cats/

Sandra captures the curiosity, the concentration, the calm, and (most importantly!) the cuteness of the cat.

It is the time of the week when we urge you to visit our online shop 🛍This weeks highlight is INSIDE OUTER, SIDE OUT INN...
16/08/2021

It is the time of the week when we urge you to visit our online shop 🛍

This weeks highlight is INSIDE OUTER, SIDE OUT INNER - a collaborative publication which explores the language of art and disability through essays, interviews and art 🎨 edited by Simon McAuley, with contributions from our artists and friends!

"Outsider art is really insider art. It allows one to interact with one’s thoughts and feelings, with their own body, to reveal, to actualise.
Outsider art isn’t for anyone else, there isn’t anyone else there. It’s self-generated, self-needed, self-soothing.” (Richard Anderson)

SHOP HERE: project-ability.co.uk/shop

Last week our ReConnect walkers visited an exhibition at South Block! 🥾🎨As usual, you can follow the adventures of our r...
12/08/2021
ReConnect Walking Group: South Block - Project Ability

Last week our ReConnect walkers visited an exhibition at South Block! 🥾🎨

As usual, you can follow the adventures of our rambling artists on our blog: project-ability.co.uk/blog/reconnect-walking-group-south-block/

And, whilst we're talking walking... Kiltwalk registration is open! Support our artists and our programme by choosing us as your charity for the Glasgow Kiltwalk, on Sunday 26th September!

Register here: thekiltwalk.co.uk/scotlandskiltwalk

The ReConnect walking group visited the gallery at South Block to see the exhibition by Sarah Kudirka and Rowena Comrie

Our artwork of the week is by Tommy Mason - who lights up our Aspire studios with his bright colours and magical impress...
11/08/2021

Our artwork of the week is by Tommy Mason - who lights up our Aspire studios with his bright colours and magical impressions of the world around us!

"Loch View with Trees" is a perfect example of the magic in Tommy's paintbrush - he gives us gold-tinted trees and a burning orange sunset, offset with serene blues and swirling water.

He has also hidden one of his signature characters in there - can you spot it?

project-ability.co.uk/blog/loch-view-tommy-mason/

Our artwork of the week is by Tommy Mason - who lights up our Aspire studios with his bright colours and magical impressions of the world around us!

"Loch View with Trees" is a perfect example of the magic in Tommy's paintbrush - he gives us gold-tinted trees and a burning orange sunset, offset with serene blues and swirling water.

He has also hidden one of his signature characters in there - can you spot it?

project-ability.co.uk/blog/loch-view-tommy-mason/

09/08/2021
Scott Smith's Animal Mobiles

We've updated our online shop with more of Scott Smith's animal mobiles!

Which would you choose: prowling fox or plodding elephant?

SHOP HERE: project-ability.co.uk/product/animal-mobile

Our studio is populated with artists again! 🥳After 18 long months of socially distanced art supply drops, phone calls an...
06/08/2021

Our studio is populated with artists again! 🥳

After 18 long months of socially distanced art supply drops, phone calls and zooms, it's absolutely amazing to have the easels and paints out - and our artists in!

We are approaching things cautiously, and working with artists in small groups to give people adequate space to work safely in the studio. Hopefully it won't be long until we see even more artists return - and, no matter what, we're heading into the weekend with smiles on our faces!

Our ReConnect walking group have been touring Glasgow's parks - taking photos, catching up and eating ice creams. Head t...
05/08/2021
ReConnect Walking Group: Botanics & Bellahouston - Project Ability

Our ReConnect walking group have been touring Glasgow's parks - taking photos, catching up and eating ice creams.

Head to our blog to read more about the adventures our rambling artists have been having! 🥾🎨
https://www.project-ability.co.uk/blog/reconnect-walking-group-botanics-bellahouston/

Our walking group have been touring Glasgow's green spaces - find out about their trips to Bellaouston and the Botanic Gardens

Will Starr, accordionist from Croy, is the subject of this striking portrait by Cameron Morgan - this weeks Artwork of t...
04/08/2021
Artwork of the Week: Will Starr by Cameron Morgan - Project Ability

Will Starr, accordionist from Croy, is the subject of this striking portrait by Cameron Morgan - this weeks Artwork of the Week! 🪗

Crisp, confident lines lead the eye from the hairs of the knee to Starr's piercing blue eyes, following the purple checks of tartan and the fanning bellows of the accordion.

This painting is currently hanging in our gallery at Trongate 103, as part of Cameron's solo exhibition "Are ye dancin'? ...Are ye askin'?"

💃 VISIT: Wed-Sat, 11-5 | ends 3 Sept
https://www.project-ability.co.uk/blog/artwork-of-the-week-will-starr-by-cameron-morgan/

Will Starr, accordionist from Croy, is the subject of this striking portrait by Cameron Morgan. Crisp, confident lines lead the eye from the hairs of the knee to the piercing blue eyes, following the purple checks of tartan and the...Read On

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