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Impact Arts (Projects) Ltd
Established in 1994, Impact Arts is a national arts organisation which uses the arts and creativity to enable and empower social change.
Working from a purpose built Centre in Possilpark we offer a wide range of services to vulnerable/disabled people in Glasgow. Everyone welcome, please click to see our services.
Scottish Youth Theatre
Scottish Youth Theatre (SYT) is one of Scotland’s national youth performing arts companies and has been providing theatre arts experiences to young people in Scotland since 1977.
See Think Make
See Think Make is the development and training agency for Arts Award in Scotland, working with Trinity College London.
The Glad Cafe
The Glad Cafe operates as both a venue and licensed cafe in the Shawlands area of the southside of Glasgow. It aims to have something to offer people of any age or background in this diverse and vibrant local community.
The Pearce Institute
The Pearce Institute opened in 1906, providing community halls and recreation rooms to the people of Govan. It was designed in the popular Edwardian Renaissance style by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson. The façade is richly decorated with sculpture, topped by a model of a fully-rigged galleon.
The Village Storytelling Centre
The Village Storytelling Centre is all about people and language. We recognise that talking and listening allow us to share and learn from each other. Good storytelling is about relationships, it is about making connections between people.
Theatre Nemo is set up to give a voice to social issues, especially mental health. We do this through the arts. Theatre Nemo plays a valuable part in the lives of those it has touched. We actively encourage people with mental health issues and carers to take part.
Glasgow Social Enterprise Network
Company Ltd by Guarantee, No SC557791
Scottish Charity No SC047282
Office 219, The Briggait, 141 Bridgegate, Glasgow G1 5HZ.
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