Cove Park is looking forward to welcoming sound artist Duncan Chapman and playwright Nicola McCartney, as part of their work with Articulate.

Duncan and Nicola will each spend time developing their own work alongside material gathered as part of their ongoing projects in Possilpark and Paisley. They will be joined by a group of care-experienced young people for a day of photography and field recording around Cove Park’s 50 acre site.

Articulate Cultural Trust exists to support arts access and participation by children, young people and adults who are least likely to engage in creative activity, or who face significant barriers to taking part, and yet have the greatest potential to benefit from doing so.  This specialist focus supports improvements in achievement and attainment, empowerment and well-being.

Articulate create bespoke projects, classes and courses for groups and individuals who wish to explore and expand their horizons through the arts and develop skills for life, learning and work along the way. Their work in the visual and performing arts and the creative industries is designed to build confidence and self-esteem, help with team-work and problem solving as well as explore the world, our communities and our relationships in safe and imaginative ways.

Articulate has at its core principles of equality, diversity and inclusion and works tirelessly to ensure the arts are accessible to all.

Cove Park Articulate Residency 2019