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Artlink Central

Mixed Media, Painting, Textiles

Opening Times


About the Artist

A pop up exhibition of artwork created by participants of the Artspace group.

Artspace is Artlink Centrals’ dedicated arts programme working with adult participants with diagnosed mental health problems across Stirling.

About Artspace:
The programme is designed to support participants in a “pathways to recovery” approach for their mental health, and has been commissioned by Stirling Council Social Care in partnership with NHS Forth Valley, Livilands Resource Centre, and is led by Aya Iguchi-Sherry, development artist at Artlink Central.

Our programme provides a safe environment for participants to engage and participate and develop their arts practice and to engage with professionals and organisations working within culture. The programme works across arts, in sessions you work with a professional arts practitioner to learn new skills and take on personal projects or set your own personal goal plan.

The programme includes the opportunity if you choose, to exhibit, perform, write and to take part in national festivals such as the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival. You do not need to have any arts experience to join the programme.

The programme is an evaluated service and information gathered at the programme is reported back to Stirling Council’s Social Care and Commissioning team who commission this service and shared with NHS Community Mental Health Services.


Main corridor inside Bellfield Centre at Stirling Community Hospital


Bellfield Centre - Stirling Community Hospital
Livilands Gate

Contact Details

Tel: 01786 434000
Email: [email protected]
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