Inspiring Creativity

Arts Factory &

Performance Workshops

Visual Statement specalise in designing and delivering cross disciplinary arts projects which have socialisation and empowerment at their core.

The project deliversĀ artistic productions and workshops and behind this work are the invaluable processes and experiences that achieve many none-art based outcomes.

Who We Work With

Children's Groups


Teens and Adults

Teens & Adults

Senior Citizens

Senior Citizens

Disability Groups

Disability Groups

Dependency Groups

Dependency Groups

Community Groups

Community Groups

College Groups

College Groups

Dance Studio

School Groups

Planning Groups

Planning Groups

Who Is Visual Statement

Visual Statement introduce young people to the performing arts through our novel and enthusiastic approach.
We believe the performing arts has the ability to improve confidence, tolerance, respect, and improve life chances.

Our ability to work with the most disengaged members of society, including drug and alcohol dependency groups, homeless and disability groups, senior citizens, deprived young people, who are less able to engage with society, has proven to change lives.

By improving health and wellbeing, training and employment opportunities. We provide practical support and solutions which enables them to overcome their personal challenges and improved their life chances.

Single or multi outcome projects are always delivered on time and on budget either as our own stand alone projects or in partnership with our many professional organisations.

From our base in Glasgow, we have delivered projects in some of the worlds most challenging settings including The Bronx, New York City; Mitchell, Indiana; Bloomington, Indianapolis in the USA.

Equally we have delivered projects in London for The Royal Family at Westminster Abbey and a major partnership project with The Commonwealth Education Trust which linked local east end young people with young people from all over the Commonwealth . All of these projects had a direct benefit to underprivileged local people.

The project A River Of Stories was a wonderful testament to your imagination, dedication, determination and skill.
Judy Curry , The Commonwealth Education Trust
It is a remarkable contribution Visual Statement makes to young people being able to express themselves through the arts.
Rev Lawrence Whitley , Glasgow Cathedral
Visual Statement changed my life, if I had not joined the activities of Visual Statement I would probably be on drugs and alcohol by now.
Nicola, Local Resident

Visual Statement Arts Factory

Design Space

Costume Space

Dance Space

Prop Space

Rehearsal Space

Theatre Space

Meet Our Team

Danny Dobbie
Danny DobbieCreative Director
Danny Dobbie a classical trained dancer who returned to his community to work. Now Creative Director been responsible for producing unique works including the award winning Thistle and The Rose project.

Danny has over 35 years experience professionally choreographing and producing spectacular large scale live events and productions including supporting The Glasgow commonwealth Games and The Special Olympics.

Brian McIntyre
Brian McIntyreLead Dancer & Production Designer
Brian McIntyre is a classical trained dancer and has been the lead dancer with the company for many years. After performing in Cats Stage show London, he trained and developed his own style in street dance and hip- hop that has won him country wide recognition.

His role as Production Designer involves designing and creating costume and stage sets for all Visual Statement productions and projects from Wellhouse to Westminster Abbey.

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