“The Quaich Project at West Princes Street Gardens represents the next evolutionary chapter in the story of one of Edinburgh’s most famous landmark locations. The vision is to reimagine this historic place as a space for all to celebrate and enjoy in new ways –...

  Recollective documented the unique collaboration between the African Arts Centre in Govan and Aberlour Youthpoint – Glasgow. Young people from Govan, including some at risk of isolation, offending and misusing drugs and alcohol, attended a series of art and storytelling workshops and a construction project...

  In the award-winning project Nothing is Lost, Recollective set out to document Glasgow’s East End before, during and after the 2014 Commonwealth Games. We met market traders, travelling show people, playworkers, community activists, cafe owners, and local children to gather stories and create images from...

    Restoration: Stories in Stone is a collection of artworks made by artists’ group Recollective, during their twelve month artist’s residency in Falkirk town centre, commissioned as part of Falkirk Townscape Heritage Initiative.   Recollective used writing, photography and illustration to produce three artworks in response to the...

  Through photography, text and graphic art, the award winning artists of Recollective (Alison Irvine, Chris Leslie, Mitch Miller) will engage with the untold stories of the Barrowland Ballroom. They will do so in close collaboration with the venue, the east end community that surrounds it,...