The Creative Futures project is a National Lottery Funded programme of the Stove Network working in the Lochside and Lincluden areas of North West Dumfries.
The projects aim is to bring local people together to develop their creative talents to have a bigger voice within their local community, and to bring new creative opportunities into the area. The Creative Futures team do this through partnership work, community events and by running workshops and regular groups.
The project is led by Creative Development worker Lee McQueen alongside a team of local and creative people, including Public Art project worker Kirsty Turpie and Community Engagement Lead and photographer Angie Gilmour and are based at Lincluden Community Centre.
To find out more about the project, which started in February 2017, email Lee@thestove.org visit the Creative Futures Facebook page here or their website here.