Outside In artist Rosie Stevens reveals more about her time researchng artifacts from the Wellcome Collection's medieval European collections.
Colliding Worlds, a co-commission by Outside In and Pallant House Gallery, is now on show at its first touring exhibition at Clyde & Co's Blank Canvas Wall.
Outside In’s Cornelia Marland, curator of the current Putting Ourselves in The Picture exhibition at Fabrica, Brighton, talks to Laura Miles about the pioneering project. LM: What were your hopes…
Pictures from the Outside In's team visit to Compton Verney
Outside In and the West Sussex Record Office hosted a special sharing event to mark the end of the Vawdrey Archive Project on Friday, 12 July. It offered a unique chance…
Mark Cusack, a solicitor who advises Outside In,, reveals how his work with the charity is having a positive impact on both his career and art collection.
As the Step Up Exploring Collections exhibition opens at Pallant House Gallery, we talk to those involved about their experiences of the course.
Outside In artist and ambassador Phil Baird shares his thoughts after hosting an artist talk on the life and work of Scottie Wilson for Investec staff at the bank’s London…
Last night (23 May 2019) saw the opening event and award presentation for the biennial Ruth Borchard Self Portrait Prize. This year, Outside In is one of the official partners…
The deal will involve bespoke events and artist opportunities
Applications are now open for 2019 Unlimited commissions. It sees UK-based disabled artists and companies making disability-led work, across all art forms, invited to apply for these funding opportunities: Main…
Project Ability has announced it will be part of the Glasgow / Berlin European Championship cultural programme titled Festival 2018, which takes place in Glasgow in the beginning of August. The…
This September, Yvonne J Foster, Deborah Petch and Rachel Refern will be exhibiting at Brighton’s Regency Townhouse. The artists will present work that they created during the Insight Partnership along…
New exhibition from Project Ability
Creative Minds brings together learning disabled artists and performers and a range of people from the wider arts world to look at quality, leadership, inclusion and collaboration. On 15 June Outside…
Outside In’s latest exhibition, Drawing Insight, is a collaboration with the University of Chichester. The exhibition showcases work by Deborah Petch and Yvonne J. Foster. Deborah is an alumni of the University…
Latest exhibition from Project Ability
Exhibition at Project Ability
Annual Christmas exhibition
Open call exhibition opportunity
16 August - 24 September
New exhibition at Project Ability Gallery opens 16 July 2016
Exhibition at Project Ability Gallery
at Project Ability
#SummitPortrayed: Tanya Raabe-Webber
One stop holiday shop from Project Ability!
a new exhibition from Project Ability
A Project Ability exhibition opening 3 September 2015
An exhibition of paintings from Project Ability
Project Ability, Glasgow
Rehan Yousef, Ewan Malloy and Harriet Campbell
for artists, organisations & professionals working in disability arts
Last week, Outside In Manager Jennifer Gilbert travelled to Glasgow to attend the International Summit for Artists with Learning Disabilities; an event bringing together artist studios from across the globe…
at Project Ability, Scotland
an exhibition of drawings, videos and installation by transcendental noise artist Lea Cummings
Christmas Auction on 13 December
Two exhibitions from Project Ability
a Project Ability exhibition
Postcards from Brighton
With Project Ability
Residency Programme 2013
Opening at Project Ability
presented by learning disabled artists
Presented by the Koestler Awards
and how people have responded
Project Ability is pleased to present the first exhibition by Art Matters, a supported group of young adults aged 21-28yrs who get together every Saturday to socialise and make art. The…
Telling the story of Lennox Castle Hospital.
You, Me and ASD
Designed to see what happens when digital acumen and disability artistry come together.