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Place Partnership at OneRen

The Place Partnership Programme is designed to encourage and support local partners to work together with their creative community. Place Partnership in Renfrewshire is enabling significant interventions to develop in the region by working in partnership with local organisations and artists.

Three vacant spaces are to be taken into creative use, these are:-


  • Paisley Film and Media Space - a shop space in central Paisley will become the new Paisley Film and Media Space which champions innovation in the film and Media sector and supports the development of Renfrewshire film makers and Digital artists. The vision for the space will be managed and programmed by a core collective of local film makers and digital artists.


  • Johnstone Textile Space - a new central exhibition space is to be developed in Johnstone with local partners where the work of diverse contemporary textile artists are to be exhibited with programmes of skills development workshops for artists and craft makers both emerging and established.


  • Erskine Arts and Erskine Sport Centre are planning to develop a new outdoor performance area next to the sports centre and an ecological Artist in Residency programme is planned.


In addition, the new Cycle Arts Festival now in its second year will deliver an annual outdoor ecological arts festival for communities along the remarkable cycle routes in urban and rural Renfrewshire.

In the process of developing these partnership initiatives at the heart of Renfrewshire’s communities local artists are being commissioned to make new works and new roles like the Creative Networks Promoter will promote the achievements of Renfrewshire artists and Creative Networks on a local, national and international basis.

To find out more about Place Partnership in Renfrewshire and get involved with the projects please contact Muriel Ann Macleod, Place Partnership Producer at OneRen. email:

Future Paisley is the radical and wide-ranging programme of economic, social and physical regeneration using the town’s unique and internationally significant cultural and heritage story to transform its future.

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Paisley to Lochwinnoch Cycle Route, image by Muriel Ann Macleod

Enviro Window by Rebecca Johnstone, image by Mark Swaroop

Window for COP26 by Jennie Bates, image by Mark Swaroop

Sightlines by Kevin Cameron, image by Paul Cameron

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