Unlock your creative potential and learn skills in arts & crafts. We offer an exciting Crafts Programme to enable people to get together, learn new skills and create beautiful pieces of work. There is a range of crafts to choose from, including tapestry, jewellery making, pottery & ceramics, card-making & paper crafts. Complete beginners welcome and all materials are provided. Our classes and courses are fun, friendly and supportive. Be amazed and inspired by what you will produce with the help of professional tutors and your own imagination.
The welcome videos offers a list of organisations for those arriving who do not know the area and acts as a signposting tool for those in need of advice and support. The videos have been translated by participants into Amharic, Tigrinya and Arabic.
As part of our Creative Steps Programme, this Sewing Class provides an opportunity to learn new skills alongside others in your community. Thursdays 10.30-12.30 : Progressors Sewing Thursdays 1.30-3.30 : Beginners Sewing Gallery 966 of the Portal So whether you want to start from scratch with machine sewing, or brush up on existing skills, our […]
Feeling down? Not getting out enough? This relaxing class offers ‘time out’ for yourself where you can get to know a friendly group of people and learn creative skills. Entry is by self-referral if you are currently using any mental health services; attending your GP surgery; or just feel in a bit of a black […]
Arts and Crafts courses in familiar surroundings for mental health service users who find wider community activity a step too far for now.
Creative Steps to Living Well is a brand new year long programme of creative classes with an accent on health and well-being. We have joined forces with health professionals to bring opportunities to Mental Health Resource Centres in south Glasgow and new classes in the local community. If you are feeling down and not getting […]
Gallery 966 certainly has a lot of reasons to be cheerful, following its transformation from a basic workspace into an arts and crafts hubbub of activity. Looking rather fashionable in grey, white and red, the space is a far cry away from what it once was. It is clear that the recent run of craft […]
As part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival we are working with the Glasgow Community Health Partnership to deliver Jewellery Making Courses over a period of 8 weeks.
As part of our Crafts Programme we are delighted to offer a Taster Week “Home Sweet Home” in a wide variety of crafts.
A pilot project to give individuals and groups the opportunity to develop their crafts skills and enterprise through masterclasses, training and support.
If you have attended our Beginner’s Course, or have some experience, come along and develop your jewellery making skills at your local library.
This volunteer-led group has a very relaxed vibe as they get together to share their skills in knitting and crochet.
Get together to chat, learn new skills and make beautiful pieces of jewellery for yourself, your friends and your family.