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Sculpture House: connecting art and social inclusion

by on 22 March 2024 0
The brainchild of three like minded artists, take a literal and ideological tour through the Future Paisley-backed Sculpture House Project in Ferguslie Reclaiming disused spaces and turning them into something fruitful is something that’s high on the agenda of every municipal body these days. Governed by the idea that it is socially irresponsible to... Read More

Interview: Wendy Kershaw

by on 1 July 2019 0
Meet an award-winning ceramicist who creates narrative illustrations on porcelain. In a converted farmhouse just outside Lochwinnoch, Wendy Kershaw appears to be enjoying an idyllic life combining work with feathered domesticity. When we call her in her workshop, she reveals she’s not alone: “Two pheasants are watching me from outside as I haven’t put... Read More

Lochwinnoch Takes It All

by on 1 March 2019 0
A small village in Renfrewshire is home to one of Scotland’s best and brightest arts festivals. When the Lochwinnoch Arts Festival was established at the turn of the 21st century, it was a modest single afternoon affair devoted to local authors. Over the years it’s gradually grown into an eighteen day event encompassing literature,... Read More

People: Caroline Gormley

by on 1 January 2019 0
Artist Caroline Gormley, co-owner of Made in Paisley, talks to us about her art gallery, community workshop and studio in the heart of the town centre.  What’s the thinking behind Made in Paisley? We want to make art accessible to local people, not just professional artists. We sell vouchers for all our classes, and... Read More