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Project Slogan

Project Slogan is supported by the Scottish Arts Council through the Artists Groups and Collectives fund.

Project Slogan was founded in 2006 by Gray's School of Art graduate Sarah J Tingle one year after she completed her honours degree in Fine Art.

Project Slogan runs a gallery and studio space in Torry, Aberdeen, and also a second gallery in partnership with Gray's School of Art in the city centre and WASPS studios.

Project Slogan

Project Slogan

The structure, based on that of a collective, aims to support emerging contemporary artists through exhibitions, projects,  collaborations, events and community encouraging experimentation and new art.

Project Slogan aims to foster an appreciation for the creative and leadership of cultural growth in our city and beyond.

Their events this year include solo and group exhibitions from both national and international artists, film nights including new future shorts screenings, performance events and more mini residencies and project residencies. This years programme focuses on new work including interesting collaborations and production of work for art/zine fairs held at the gallery.

For updates on coming events and how to get involved or get in touch with project slogan visit the Project Slogan website.

You can also join the mailing list there and receive e-flyers for shows and events.

Related Links
* Project Slogan website
* Gray's School of Art
* WASPS Studios
 
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