First floor: Gallery
Third floor: Workshop and production facilities
Project Ability is a leading visual arts organisation that enables people with disabilities and mental health issues to discover their artistic expression, develop their artistic practice and achieve their creative potential. We respect and appreciate individuality and value diversity.
Project Ability provides weekly art classes and a specialist programme of workshops in subjects such as woodcarving, ceramics, stained glass, film making and animation, life drawing, digital arts, printmaking and other art forms.
At our purpose-built accessible arts centre at Trongate 103, we provide time and space and expert tuition, supporting people through a multi-layered programme of arts classes, learning and training opportunities and exhibitions.
There are three core programmes of activity
- Create: for children and young people with disabilities. For more information please click here.
- Aspire: for adults with learning disabilities. For more information please click here
- Connect: for adults with mental health issues. For more information please click here
More than 300 people each week take part in our year round workshop programme. Create, Aspire and Connect each have their own dedicated staff and a team of committed, profesional artists who are highly experienced in supporting people with a wide range of needs.
Project Ability seeks to be a model of best practice and has a principle role in cultivating UK and international creative partnerships. We frequently collaborate with like-minded organisations to promote learning and discussion on diversity and inclusive arts practices.
Our gallery promotes contemporary artworks by artists with disabilities and mental health issues from the UK and overseas whilst our gallery shop sells a unique selection of original artworks and cards, publications, handmade jewellery and other unusual items.
0141 552 2822