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Craft Café Exhibition at the People’s Palace

It’s been a busy week for Craft Café: The successful launch of the SROI by the Minister for Public Health, Michael Matheson was on Wednesday and they have their first public art exhibition launching today (Friday 2nd of March) in the Winter Garden of the People’s Palace.

All of the art work has been produced by members of Cassiltoun and Elderpark Craft Cafés, some of whom had never picked up a paintbrush before they joined the programme. The remarkable works will be available to view and to buy until the 12th of April.

Age Scotland have published an article by our very own Craft Café tutor Claire Sheridan here:

http://agescotland.wordpress.com/2012/02/29/craft-cafes-first-public-art-exhibition/

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