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ProjectAbility – first instalment of Cats 16 Jul 2016 – 06 Aug 2016

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CATS

Project Ability would like to welcome visitors to the 1st instalment of CATS, an exhibition inspired by all things feline related; big cats, fluffy cats, kittens, lions, tigers, leopards and more!

Dates: 16 Jul 2016 - 06 Aug 2016
Preview: Friday 15 July 4-6pm
Location: Project Ability Gallery, Trongate 103, G1 5HD
Admission: Free

All of their artists across their Aspire, ReConnect and Create programmes have been given the opportunity to make work for this show, and the response has been truly amazing! The variety of interpretation has provided us with what they are sure will be a highlight of ProjectAbility's exhibition calendar!

This open-call exhibition gives each artist the chance to work towards a selected theme, and be part of a large scale group exhibition. The result is a playful, adorable, and in some cases, ferocious showcase of artworks, both wall based and sculptural.

This theme was so popular among their artists that they have had to divide the work up over two exhibitions. The 2nd instalment will be up later in 2016.

In addition to the CATS exhibition in the Project Ability gallery, there is also cat related exhibition in Gallery II. This show exhibits the research and ideas that have gone into a CATS publication which was created during a series of Project Ability workshops led by Joanna Peace and Anthony Autumn.

In addition to all of the superb cat artworks in the main gallery that will be available for purchase, the CATS publication will also be for sale – while stocks last!

Preview of CATS on Friday 15 July 4 – 6pm. Reception on Thursday 4 August, 6 – 8pm.

The exhibition runs from 16 Jul 2016 - 06 Aug 2016

Project Ability
103 Trongate
Glasgow
G1 5HD

0141 552 2822
info@project-ability.co.uk

www.project-ability.co.uk

Gallery Opening Times
Tuesday to Saturday
10am to 5pm

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