We help people to relax into drawing and enjoy expansive creative adventures. Our fun and varied groups include community art, calligraphy, poetry, art in nature and meditation. We also support individuals with one to one sessions.
Mon 27th Jul 2020, 7.00pm -
Online via Zoom
Mon 22nd Jun 2020, 7.00pm -
Online via Zoom
Sat 30th May 2020, 10.30am -
Online by Zoom (please contact us for details)
Mon 23rd Mar 2020, 7.00pm -
KSD Rokpa, Basement Room
7 Ashley Street, Glasgow, G3 6DR
Wed 4th Mar 2020, 6.30pm -
Wed 11th Mar 2020, 6.30pm - 8.00pm
2-16 Braes Avenue
From Japanese Sho calligraphy to outdoor painting and sculpture, to meditative artwork, we will create a memorable art experience for your group!
Please contact us to chat about the possibilities.
"An excellent class with lots of variety and interesting approaches including looking at the work of different artists for each topic. Discussions were always constructive and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience."
"Throughout the Glencoe trip I found Blair gave me insightful tips that encouraged me to believe that I could actually paint outdoors like an impressionist. It was easy to ask for advice and this often lead to a richer conversation that helped me understand what I was trying to achieve."
Student Glencoe Art Trip
"I enjoyed trying to write the Japanese characters. For a long time I had an interest in these characters. I enjoyed working with all the supplied materials. There was a great variety. The tutor was very helpful, knowledgeable and encouraging. An excellent course. I would recommend any future courses to my friends."
Sho Calligraphy group, KSD
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Workshops in Glasgow for young people and adults to discuss, explore and have fun trying out Japanese Shodo calligraphy, mindful awareness, and meditative practice of Shakyo. Funding for this project has been generously provided by The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.
Our regular free community art group in the Maryhill Hub is a thriving creative group with fantastic support from the community and beyond. The current themes are inspired by nature, it is a very easygoing evening session and open to anyone to come along, no art experience is needed. Funding has been very kindly provided by Glasgow Connected Arts Network.