Renfrewshire’s Youth Events Panel and young creators from Create Paisley have produced a spectacular stop motion film to raise awareness of mental health.
An exciting new company of emerging theatre-makers and artists at PACE Youth Theatre will be supported by Renfrewshire Council’s Culture, Heritage and Events Fund.
An exhibition of woven textiles made by a group of participants from the STAR Project, Phoenix Activity Group, RAMH, InCube, the DRC, and KAIROS with support from Glasgow Clyde College weaving tutor Amy Bond. . Part of SMHAF 2019.
Did you know?
The Vegan Leather are named after a pair of faux leather trousers owned and worn on stage by Gianluca.
An exhibition of digital imagery and film by the Peer Focus Photography Group which explores Paisley’s mechanised industrial past. Part of SMHAF 2019.
A daylong exploratory workshop for beginners & refreshers in hand knitting led by professional knitter Rosie Little. Suitable for aged 14+, however all under 18's must be accompanied by a participating adult. Materials will be provided. Part of SMHAF 2019.
A daylong beginners' workshop exploring natural dyeing techniques led by textile artist Gillian Steel. Suitable for aged 14+, however all under 18's must be accompanied by a participating adult. Materials will be provided.
A daylong beginners’ workshop in hand spinning led by fibre artist Laryna E. Wuppermann. Suitable for aged 14+, however all under 18’s must be accompanied by a participating adult. Materials will be provided. Part of SMHAF 2019.
Mandy McIntosh and the participating makers will expand on their work, the impact of the Jessie Wylie Newbery study and the processes which led to the exhibition.Part of Held Fast: Jessie Wylie Newbery, an Inspiration
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