The Lord Mayor of the City of London, Roger Gifford, visiting Impact Arts in Edinburgh office and chatting to young people on the Creative Pathways programme.
Young people from the Creative Pathways Eco-Chic Fashion Freak programme in Ayrshire modeling their creations in a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party photo shoot.
Young people from Eco-Chic Fashion Freak in Edinburgh displaying their creations during Mardi Gras.
Participants in the Ayrshire Urban Green programme in the process of creating a zen beach.
Trophies created by the Creative Pathways Home programme in Glasgow for the Social Enterprise Scotland Awards 2013.
Showcase event in the Glasgow City Chambers for the Heritage Trail, a trail of memorial plaques created to honour Glasgow’s fallen fire-fighters. The Home programme in Glasgow created the Hero lettering.
A busy bee resting on its hive. The hive was created during Impact Arts led drop-in workshops at the St. Enoch Centre aiming to promote urban bee keeping to children.
Young people from Edinburgh participating in Gallery 37 preparing for their live performances during the Fringe Festival at the National Museum of Scotland.
David Shrigley, who was announced as the Patron of The Young Gallery during our crowdfund campaign, posing outside of the gallery space.
Minister for Children and Young People, Aileen Campbell, launching the exhibition ‘Exploring The Senses’ at The Young Gallery.
City-wide Craft Café event at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
North Ayrshire Craft Café, which opened in May, displaying their work in the exhibition ‘Tea By The Sea’.