Organisations DRAW has worked with

February 6th, 2013

Kendoon Housing Association
Pineview Housing
Kingsridge Cleddens
CERNACH Housing Association
Right Track
Careers Scotland
Heritage group
Woodlands group
Camera Group
Antonine court
Community Planning Partnership
New City Vision
Local Schools- Nursery, Primary and Secondary Schools
Drumchapel LIFE
3D Drumchapel
Churches Partnership
Kelvingrove Gallery
Glasgow Print Studio
Glasgow Sculpture Studios
Glasgow LIFE
CAT team

World through Wooden Eyes

Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre,



Traditional Stained Glass Course

February 6th, 2013

The stained glass class run throughout the year please contact 01419442700

Making a stained glass panel

  1. learning all skills associated with stained glass
  2. covering types of glass, symbolism and history.
  3. Learning techniques which will cover glass cutting, design and cartoon making
  4. Glass painting, Leading, soldering, cementing and an introduction to glass fusing.

Fused Glass Course for beginners

1.Learning techniques which will cover glass cutting, design and cartoon making.

2.Creating dishes and bowls small wall panels.

3. Learn how to use glass kiln.

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Introduction to Drawing

February 6th, 2013


Classes run throughout the year please contact 01419442700

Stone Carving Workshop

February 6th, 2013


Classes run throughout the year please contact 01419442700
this course will take place at our sculpture studio, Allerdyce  Road.

Please e-mail DRAW ( ) to reserve a place , the only charge made, £30, is towards the materials cost.
The work below was undertaken by beginners to traditional stone carving. They began by sketching their initial ideas; making a maquette or preliminary model in clay;choosing the colour and natural patterning within the soapstone what would enhance their sculptures. Carving with a variety of hand chisels , using files, emery papers and finalizing the finished piece with waxes and oils.

Introduction to Mosaic making

February 6th, 2013

Introduction to Mosaic Making

Classes run throughout the year please contact 01419442700
There is a £30 charge for cost of materials but no other charges.

this course will be within the Main Studio.

Learn to make a mosaic ,learn some of the history, styles of mosaics and the principles which make the process easier; fun and includes everything you need.
Our popular courses have been running for several years, they are friendly and informal taking place within the studios of DRAW.

There will be a step by step help from planning your piece to practical work on your own mosaic. You will be taken through every step.
The classes are in small groups of about eight students, the age range being 16 years and upwards; ability range being from beginner to more advanced – why not learn a new skills, making a slab or an indirect mosaic.

At the end of the course you will be able to take your own mosaic home.kendoon magpieskendoon fox


July 19th, 2012

“Framing Available”

Competitive  prices

Contact Maureen


Or Call

0141 944 2700

Traditional Painting Techniques

July 19th, 2012

In this Painting  course we use only water based paints  , acrylic , water based oils

and watercolors you will learn various techniques to help enhance you skills.

There is a £30 charge towards materials.

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February 6th, 2011

There is a £3.00 fee for each  session.

At Main Studio

Monday Evening:-

Mosaic making 6.30pm to 9.30pm

Thursday Daytime:-

Painting and Drawing  11am to 3pm

At The Sculpture Studio

Friday  Daytime:-

11 am to 3pm.



Some Quotes from our Students

November 13th, 2010

1.Helped with my Confidence: – personally and artistically. Good atmosphere conducive to learning.

2. I have more confidence to try new ways of drawing and now thinking a lot more about the work before I start. Most importantly I loved trying and having fun while learning.
3. Having done oil painting classes, I was able to recognize that one of my problems is with composition, and Darush was able to help me work on this.
4. Fantastic Experience.
5. I didn’t think glass could be so interesting or fun until I came to these classes and I’m definitely looking forward to more.

6. Enjoyed working with other students and learning from each other.
Further social interaction and an ongoing insight into “what” makes a working artist. Greater knowledge of the kind of work expected at a higher level of art education.

7. I thoroughly enjoyed the experiences  i have had within the workshop and the skills i have learned . I look forward to more classes .

8. Thoroughly enjoyable course.

9.Good to explore different approaches to drawing, different mediums various materials confidence builder

10. I learned to be more relaxed in my painting, not worrying about doing a detailed drawing before painting
Urban Dance
 Participants favourite part of the Netherton X experience were…
• “Learning some great dance moves and styles”
• “All of it! Just loved being here!
• “All of it”
Visual Art
Participants favourite part of the Netherton X experience were…
• “Painting my final picture”
• “Using Paint as a medium”

SCOTTISH MUSIC CENTRE: Digital Music Production Sessions

100% reported that the sessions meet their expectations, comments included…
• “Hell yes! – I found out techniques”
• “It was better than I thought and more fun”
• “Yes because it was exactly what we did!”
• “Aye, I got to grips with it easily”

Outreach Projects

January 11th, 2010

We have been recently involved in a few projects such as “Netherton X “Music, Media and dance Project,

Step-Up Mosaic for Right Track and also helping children from local schools in Drumchapel create motifs for  The Woodlands Group.

Throughout the years  DRAW has offered support and assistance to various festival days activity days and promotional days including Drumchapel Community Centre Children’s Workshops,

Molly Whuppity Children’s Workshops, 3D Drumchapel, Pineview Housing Association, Face Painting, Netherton Family Day,

KCEDG Family Day, L.I.F.E. Moves Family Day and the Family Group.

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