Creative Communities

  • Creative Communities - Artists in Residence (Phase 2)

    Creative Communities: Artists in Residence is a Glasgow-wide initiative, funded by Glasgow City Council and delivered by Glasgow Life, bringing artists in residence to all 23 wards of the city.

  • Drumchapel/Anniesland: Nevis Ensemble

    Nevis Ensemble is a legacy project of the Glasgow 2018 European Championships, and exists to take music to everyone, everywhere, through fun, energetic and meaningful performances.

    During their Creative Communities Artist in Residence programme, Nevis musicians will create, collaborate and perfo...

  • Anderston and City: Donna Rutherford

    I have worked with devised performance and video for 30 years, incorporating personal storytelling, social history, psychology, humour and memory.

    During Creative Communities' Phase 1, I worked primarily with the stories of older women, also in Anderston and City. With Phase 2 I shall encourag...

  • Calton: John Binnie

    Lead artist John Binnie (Playwright/director), together with musician Tina Freeland and photographer/designer Robin Mitchell, worked as Artist in Residence for the Calton area in Phase 1.

    'We have many years experience of running fun practical workshops in writing, music, percussion, photography...

  • Canal: Saffy Setohy

    I am an artist from a dance background, and have lived in Glasgow by the canal for 6 years. During my residency I will be facilitating a co-designed participatory project with local womxn (women) in the community, responding to the canal as a site of regeneration and re-wilding as an ecological a...

  • Cardonald: Fiona Fleming

    ‘I’m a Glasgow based artist working in various media, but my recent focus has been in representing neighbourhoods/communities in the form of sketches, drawings and paintings, like the one you can see here, of a South Cardonald street drawn on Friday night.

    I like to work on-site, so that I’m ava...

  • Baillieston: The Bit Collective

    The Bit Collective is a group that promotes equalities within Scottish Traditional Music.

    'In our residency in Baillieston we’ll be performing traditional music and encouraging the local community to join in and learn too!'

    The Bit Collective is enhancing Gaelic elements of their residency w...

  • Dennistoun: Alasdair Satchel

    Alasdair will be working with members of the community to make podcasts about life in the area. Tim will be photographing the participants to capture this moment in time. Free Photography and podcasting workshops will be offered to people in the area, too.

    Alasdair is enhancing Gaelic elements ...