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Say what you seeApril 6 2020 at 11:11

IMPORTANCE OF OUTDOOR CREATIVE PLAY

IMPORTANCE OF OUTDOOR CREATIVE PLAY

Creative Pathways participants design Eco Comic

Creative Pathways participants design Eco Comic

A performance to remember at the Reconnect Regal Theatre

A performance to remember at the Reconnect Regal Theatre

Creative Pathways participants inspire Ayrshire Primary School's

Creative Pathways participants inspire Ayrshire Primary School's

Govan's Window Wanderland!

Govan's Window Wanderland!

Getting to know Impact Arts

Getting to know Impact Arts

Better Outcomes for Care Experienced Young People

Better Outcomes for Care Experienced Young People

Impact Arts are proud to host Ellie Harrison's Climate Change sign for 2020

Impact Arts are proud to host Ellie Harrison's Climate Change sign for 2020

Young People on Creative Pathways launch eco-friendly greenhouse at Summerlee Musuem

Young People on Creative Pathways launch eco-friendly greenhouse at Summerlee Musuem

Ivan McKee MSP sponsors Impact Art's exhibition at The Scottish Parliament

Ivan McKee MSP sponsors Impact Art's exhibition at The Scottish Parliament

Making her house a home one step at a time

Making her house a home one step at a time

Care Experienced Week; Sabrina’s Story

Care Experienced Week; Sabrina’s Story

MIYO participants making their house a home

MIYO participants making their house a home

Say hello to the 'Sketchy Youths'

Say hello to the 'Sketchy Youths'

'Knight at the Castle' wins at Creative Edinburgh Awards

'Knight at the Castle' wins at Creative Edinburgh Awards

The benefits arts can have on mental health

The benefits arts can have on mental health

Art in Care Homes; Thomas's Story

Art in Care Homes; Thomas's Story

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