We invite and engage programme contributors that wish to shed light on vital social matters. We have hosted events and productions reflecting on the refugee stories, fatherhood, disability, women's issues, penal system, isolation, freedom of expression, and sectarianism to name a few focus areas of our annual and year-round programme.
With our conversation, talk and performing arts programming we aim to encourage open debates and informed discussions that engage people from all walks of life. By hosting experts, practitioners and community representatives as well as interacting with the public, we create a platform for all voices to be heard.
We develop projects and ideas that enable people from different backgrounds and with different skills and experiences to come together and share their thoughts and observations. We create a welcoming and friendly atmosphere where everyone can speak up and engage.
JUST For All
Through this scheme, we offer a range of inspiring and challenging events free of charge to marginalised individuals and groups. In 2016 the project was co-funded by the Craignish Trust and the Hugh Fraser Foundation. It engaged 177 individuals, positively affecting their sense of belonging and well-being through greater access to social events. We worked with Pilmeny Development Project; Hadel; Positive Prison; Plan2Change; MYDG; Valley Park; Young Scot; The Welcoming and Penumbra to reach out to individuals and groups who could benefit from the scheme’s offer.
If you would like to partner the project or recommend an organisation or group affected by disability, poverty, unemployment, age and prejudice, please contact us at email@example.com
We work in partnerships with local and national organisations, academic institutions and performing arts groups to develop events and productions that reach out to various communities. Working with partner organisations lies at the core of our activities as it enables us to learn from expertise and experiences of people representing different ideas and interests.
Social Justice Matters
Our aim is to address social justice matters that affect communities at large. We engage with local, national and international issues that shape the lives of individuals and nations around the world. We question approaches and solutions that lead to destitute and despair and promote ideas that improve people's well-being.
We welcome creative ideas that foster communication and understanding of the world we live in. We collaborate with creative people in developing events and productions that involve the public in reflecting upon decision-making processes and behaviours that have impact on individuals and communities.