This is an ambitious publicly engaged 2-year arts project, connecting local residents and professional artists in collaborations to create inspiring artworks, events and performances. Themes are deeply rooted in the place’s culture and the work will accompany the regeneration of the area currently being led by River Clyde Homes.
We always have lots going on in Broomhill, so make sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest news and events. Workshops currently being undertaken include Sculpture Workshops, led by artist Alan Potter, a weekly children’s art class called Broomy’s Bairns, recycling and upcycling workshop, Funk Up Yer Junk, and a Textiles & Screenprinting workshop. Take a look at our blog for details about what we’ve been up to recently, and how to get involved!
Two residencies have recently come to an end in the area as part of the project; to listen to the songs James Grant (Love and Money) wrote alongside Broomhill residents as part of his Musician in residence, see the blog pages linked here. Aideen Doran’s short film, This Restless Place, that she made during her time as Moving Image artist in residence, is now available to view here