In partnership with Galgael Trust and Govan Community Project, we have been invited to start a process of community conversations about the Glasgow City Council’s Thriving Places initiative, and how it might work for the residents of Govan.
We deliver creative courses, such as jewellery making, within Resource Centres & health settings. By engaging people in a familiar environment, where they currently receive treatment and support, we aim to build trust and develop creative and personal skills to increase self-worth, confidence and sense of purpose.
We Journey Together – represents the journey and experience of 4 people going through the asylum process in the United Kingdom. This creative short film was co-created with a group from a participatory action research project and aims to speak to a national audience. Participants decided to tell their stories, representing their narrative through […]
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.
Every day we walk down the same streets and visit the same places, yet how often do we forget to take a good look around us? Local Artist in Residence, Fiona Fleming would like to invite you to take a fresh new look at the streets and buildings of Govan and join her Urban Sketching Group.
The ‘Well Said’ project has been developed in response to the ongoing requests from individuals with great film ideas who need help in making them happen.
A welcoming creative club for young people with varied workshops in drama, script writing, film making, radio drama, dance, costume design, beat-boxing, singing and creative arts.
A fun club for budding artists and performers to develop their creativity. In the past year this group have learned singing, drama, dance, guitar, costume making and have performed in front of 500 people for our ‘Clydeside Story’ project.
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 […]
Penilee Public Art Group run artist-led workshops for adults, developing techniques in painting, drawing, arts & crafts. Their ongoing program has included working with Portal Artists in Residence, Fiona Fleming
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 […]
This fantastic group of over 50’s meet every week to explore their creativity, share their stories and just enjoy the banter .
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.
An inspirational group of local people get together each week to join in voice and heart and make the world a little brighter.