12/11/2019

Alice Martin’s Exhibition CTRL C

Artist Alice Martin’s new exhibition will be at the Tolbooth starting from the 28th of November! She’s written up a blog post for us all about it. Check it out below: “I am excited to announce my first solo exhibition CTRL C at Tolbooth from 28th November – 10 December 2019, Tuesday […]
31/10/2019

Sonnet Youth are coming to Stirling!

Starting from November, Sonnet Youth will be bringing their fantastic nights of live performances to the hub for regular events! If you’re unfamiliar with Sonnet Youth, here’s a bit more information on what you can expect: Sonnet Youth nights run in Glasgow, Edinburgh, and now Stirling. We are a literary rave. A […]
31/10/2019

Community Development Officer at Creative Stirling

Join us – Creative Stirling are recruiting a Community Development Officer at 44 King St! We are delighted to invite people to apply for the position of Community Development Officer at 44 King St, Creative Stirling’s hub in Stirling city centre.  The Community Development Officer will lead on the core community engagement […]

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28/10/2019

Christmas Film Screenings

We’ll be welcoming the Children of Songea Trust to the hub over two weekends in December as they screen two classic Christmas films! Here’s a bit of info on what they’re showing as well as links to book your place. These will be very popular so make sure you book on asap […]
03/10/2019

Job Advertisement – Made in Stirling Assistant Curator

Made in Stirling are currently recruiting for the post of Assistant Curator to work within the Store alongside its lead Creative team and the artists that volunteer within the store.  As a small enterprise, the post holder will be responsible for the roles as outlined in the job description and will work to short, […]
19/09/2019

Stirling News Article on Spider Slide

This week we’ve started to talk about our upcoming exhibition featuring the old Spider Slide from the Thistles Centre. The exhibition will run from the 30th of September all through October with workshops and activities taking place throughout the month. Check out an article from Stirling News detailing all the excitement here.
22/08/2019

Afternoon Tea for Eat Well Age Well Research

On Thursday 29th of August from 12-4pm, we are hosting a small social event with delicious afternoon tea for people age 65+ at the Made in Stirling Hub at 44 King Street. We are keen to reach those who benefit from the local charity Food Train but anyone over 65 is most welcome […]