Creative Dundee

Project Echo Workshops

Project Echo – from CULTIVATE Creative Practitioner Jaz Grady – invite young artists to join them this August for a series of creative workshops.


Led by CULTIVATE Creative Practitioner Jaz Grady, Project Echo is on a mission to empower young adults across Perth and Kinross to express their ideas and contribute to positive environmental change.

Across a series of workshops led by experienced visual artists, young people aged 16–24 will have the opportunity to unleash the power of upcycling by working creatively to transform charity shop finds, or collaborate with fellow young activists to create banners and mural pieces that will be used for advocacy and activism.

Their space at the Average Gallery in Perth will be open twice weekly for drop-in sessions and more pop-up events are planned across the area. Whether you’re an experienced artist or just starting your creative journey, join Project Echo and help build a movement that drives real change in the local community and beyond.


How to get involved:

Drop-in workshops including making DIY Tees, Melting Plastic, Customisation Station, and Painting and Making:

Sat 5 Aug, 10.30am – 6.30pm and Mon 7 Aug, 10.30am – 4.30pm
Strathearn Arts, Crieff

Weekly on Wed and Fri, 6pm – 9pm, starting Wed 9 Aug
Average Gallery, Perth High Street

Sat 26 Aug (Perthshire Pride), all day
Average Gallery, Perth High Street


Project Echo strives to bridge the gap between young voices and decision-makers, ensuring that their perspectives are not only heard but valued. They hope to ignite a dialogue that leads to tangible change, as they pave the way towards a greener and more sustainable future. Watch the project trailer or read more on their website!


CULTIVATE is a Culture Collective leadership programme led by Creative Dundee. The programme works with local creative practitioners to place creativity at the heart of climate justice, developing action with communities across the Tay region. Discover more about CULTIVATE and meet our second cohort of Creative Practitioners.

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