The Tall Ship by the River Clyde will be the stunning venue for a new aquatic-themed exhibition by older people who attend Impact Arts' Craft Cafe workshops in Govan.
Our older people's Craft Cafe in Govan this week welcomed the textile artist Deirdre Nelson (dstitch). Deirdre has created a project for Inverclyde's Orchard View, a continuing care facility supporting patients with severe dementia.
A special exhibition of artwork produced by older people is to open in Paisley next week.
We are delighted to have published our Annual Report for 2015/16. Inside you can find out more about our work and read some inspiring case studies that focus on key achievements over the past year. #artchangeslives
A Digital Black & White Photography Project by Members of Craft Café
What if you could own a beautiful scarf, unique in its design and ethically produced, and know your purchase was helping a charity work to improve the quality of life of older people with dementia and Alzheimer’s? Well you’re one step closer thanks to a new pilot programme from Impact Arts with support from Social Investment Scotland and ASDA.
With titles like 'Poppies in Sunshine', 'Galloping Horse and Lady', 'Hedgehog in the Glen', 'Big Headed Seated Figure' and 'Summers Night in the Lagoon', Craft Café’s first run of digitally printed fabrics blew everybody away at their launch on Thursday 3rd December. Out of the Blue Drill Hall in Edinburgh was a lovely backdrop for a range of 100% wool and 100% silk Georgette scarves, which were lit up to show their colours and vibrancy.
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