Project Ability is Scotland’s leading specialist arts studios and gallery, providing visual arts and film workshops for people of all ages with disabilities and mental health issues. Each week over three hundred people take part in our programme.
Project Ability delivers a year round programme of art workshops,training opportunities and exhibitions from our brand new, fully accessible premises in Trongate 103 - a centre for creativity and the arts.
Since 1984 we have been supporting people to discover and develop their artistic talents, enabling children and adults to express themselves, gain confidence and learn new skills.
Our gallery is a unique showcase for contemporary work by artists with disabilities and/or mental health issues from the UK and overseas.
We aim to change the public’s perceptions of people with disabilities and/or mental health issues and to help create a more equal society where artists with disabilities are recognised and valued for their original talent and take their place alongside the wider arts community.
We support people to discover their artistic expression, develop their artistic practice and achieve their creative potential.
Project Ability aims to:
- Project Ability aims to support individual learning, identify pathways towards success and enable artistic and personel growth.
- Project Ability aims to identify talent and support people with disabilities and mental health issues to develop their artistic practice and achieve their personal goals.
- We aim to be inclusive and accessible and provide a platform for children, young people and adults at every stage of their artistic development.
Established: January 1983
Board members: 8
Full time staff: 6
Part time staff: 4
Phone number: 0141 552 2822
Address: Trongate 103, Glasgow, G1 5HDView charity accounts on the Scottish Charity Commission website
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