|5th Jan 2022 to 19th Mar 2022|
|Wednesdays - Saturdays 10am - 4pm (except public holidays)|
Piazza Shopping Centre Paisley
Piazza Shopping Centre Central Way, Paisley PA1 1EL
|This is a free event|
|Visit the event website here|
We’re a small town with big ideas. And we’re looking for more.
Visit us and tell us what you think.
We’re in Unit 27-28, Piazza Centre, Paisley until 19 March 2022 and we’re open Wednesdays – Saturdays, 10am – 4pm (except public holidays).
We’re using architecture, design and the built environment to explore the impact of cultural regeneration in Paisley. What do we mean?
Past: how the Paisley of today was shaped by its history; how it grew to become centre of the world’s textile industry, and the change and challenges of recent years.
Present: bringing to life the collection of major projects currently happening in and around the town – from creating an international-class museum to becoming Scotland’s new home of advanced manufacturing.
Future: asking for your ideas on how Paisley can evolve to meet the big issues facing the world in the next decade: from recovery from the pandemic, to the climate emergency.
It’s an immersive experience for visitors with maps, graphics, 3D digital models and virtual reality bringing Paisley’s story to life, charting how the town evolved, showing how current projects will look once complete, and letting you share your views on the future beyond that.
The exhibition is being led by Renfrewshire Council, with support from Renfrewshire Leisure. It was designed by architectural and design practice Lateral North.
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