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Care-experienced young people use art to challenge stereotypes

Care-experienced young people use art to challenge stereotypesMarch 8 2019 at 15:01

Community-designed mental health artwork coming to Cumbernauld

Community-designed mental health artwork coming to Cumbernauld

Spring into Dunterlie! Barrhead young people to hold community arts fun day

Spring into Dunterlie! Barrhead young people to hold community arts fun day

Creative conservation and design in Dunterlie!

Creative conservation and design in Dunterlie!

#MakingAMark: art therapist Fiona Rich on her Impact Arts journey

#MakingAMark: art therapist Fiona Rich on her Impact Arts journey

Mark-making, animation and disrupting by design in North Ayrshire!

Mark-making, animation and disrupting by design in North Ayrshire!

Express Yourself! Exhibiting artwork by care-experienced young people in North Ayrshire

Express Yourself! Exhibiting artwork by care-experienced young people in North Ayrshire

Environmental activism with a creative twist in Dunterlie!

Environmental activism with a creative twist in Dunterlie!

Impact Arts turns 25! We welcome John Swinney & St. Denis' Primary

Impact Arts turns 25! We welcome John Swinney & St. Denis' Primary

Bright & bleezin': young people create immersive multimedia exhibition in North Lanarkshire

Bright & bleezin': young people create immersive multimedia exhibition in North Lanarkshire

Our Place: Young people blend natural and urban in Glasgow exhibition

Our Place: Young people blend natural and urban in Glasgow exhibition

"Breaking out of the shell": Sofia on her experience with Creative Pathways

"Breaking out of the shell": Sofia on her experience with Creative Pathways

Craft Cafe Govan members knit "trauma teddies" for children

Craft Cafe Govan members knit "trauma teddies" for children

Fairytale in Barrhead: young people donate handmade toys and planters to nursery

Fairytale in Barrhead: young people donate handmade toys and planters to nursery

North Lanarkshire young people dip into canalside history through digital art

North Lanarkshire young people dip into canalside history through digital art

Young people crafting their future on Creative Pathways North Ayrshire

Young people crafting their future on Creative Pathways North Ayrshire

Celebrating Impact Arts: participants take centre stage at Theatre Royal

Celebrating Impact Arts: participants take centre stage at Theatre Royal

We need youth! Join the Impact Arts youth steering group

We need youth! Join the Impact Arts youth steering group

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