Sunday, 21 December 2014

Celebrating a creative heritage initiative

In the last week, I visited a special exhibition hosted by Queens Cross Housing Association, called "The Found(ry) Project". It brings together people from the Woodside / Maryhill areas, graduates of Glasgow School of Art, and a Glasgow University's Archaelogist.

The photos show some of the objects that were found within the local landscape next to the Forth and Clyde Canal. I was very impressed to find a display of intact milk bottles.

This project has involved people developing greater understanding of their heritage and new artworks have been produced. There have been a building up of people's confidence throughout the activities and new relationships have been established in the community.

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