The thoughts of people in Central Scotland who are living with dementia have helped   formulate two digital artworks at Forth Valley Royal Hospital – one based on clouds , the other reflecting land through which dreams flow.

The £15,000  project , a commission for an older artist, was secured by Artlink Central through the Baring Foundation’s Arts and Older People programme and  has been created by Fife-based digital artist Elizabeth Ogilvie who worked with film-maker Rob Page.

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Concert gives boost

Artlink Central raised £5,000 through a concert in Holy Trinity Church on 28th April 2018.

The concert, in memory of Bill Anderson, was also a celebration of Artlink Central's 30-year history. Master of Ceremonies Crawford Logan told the story of Artlink Central's work in the community.

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Lines of Attraction

We hope that you would like to join the Lines of Attraction project in Perthshire which is taking place next week.  We will be exploring the accessible paths and landscape surrounding the beautiful Schiehallion Mountain through visual art and music.  Please have a look at out programme and get in contact if you would like to participate.

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New funding announced for dementia friendly neighbourhoods partnership

A partnership of local organisations in Stirling and the Forth Valley including Artlink Central, the University of Stirling and Stirling Council has been awarded £225,000 by the Life Changes Trust to enable people living with dementia to remain included and active in their local communities.

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Auction and Gala Concert raises £11,000 to improve disabled access to the arts

An Evening with Artlink Central raised £11,000 for creative opportunities for vulnerable people in central Scotland. A performance by jazz legend Carol Kidd and art auction were the highlights of gala evening with generous donations by artists, supporters and many volunteers lending their time and skills to create an event to remember.

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Fatface Stirling staff and customers raise money for arts and wellbeing

Fat Face at The Thistles Stirling would like to thank all their customers who have helped support their chosen charity, Artlink Central. Here are the Fat Face staff presenting their cheque for £537.50 - the money was raised by donating a percentage of profits from the Black Friday weekend in November.

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Time - Celebrating World Mental Health day at Stirling University

Join Artlink Central and partners for a new exhibition of work created by people with a connection to or experience of mental health issues as we explore time and wellbeing.

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