Everyone case studies

The Everyone project was operated by Engage Scotland, part of the National Association for Gallery Education, between March 2010 and March 2012, with funding from the National Lottery through Creative Scotland and a grant from the Hugh Fraser Foundation.

Everyone explored and supported the development of access and disability equality in galleries and visual arts venues in Scotland.

The following case studies from the project are available to view or download:


DCA and Generator Projects made a joint application to the Everyone project to support disabled artists in residence at DCA. View films from the DCA project.


The Fruitmarket Gallery, Talbot Rice Gallery and Artlink proposed using joint working to investigate access for British Sign Language, (BSL), users to contemporary art. Download the Edinburgh final evaluation (Powerpoint presentation).


Arts organisations based in Trongate 103 ran a series of residencies and projects with disabled people. View films from Everyone at Trongate 103.

East Lothian

Peter Potter Gallery and Sanderson’s Wynd School placed an artist in residence in the school to work with a group of children with complex disabilities. Download the East Lothian project outcomes and impact (Powerpoint presentation)