The project team has undertaken conversations with local groups to ensure that Paisley Museum is a community resource with an increased feeling of community ownership.
We want to create a space where young people feel welcomed, comfortable and safe. Read about how Who Cares? Scotland have been helping us acheive this goal.
We have been incredibly fortunate to work with Interisland Collective who are helping us to re-appraise our Pacific Island collection.
Celebrating the life and work of post-war artist Joan Eardley, on the centenary of her birth.
The top ten reasons why you may wish to give to the Paisley Museum Reimagined project and show your support for the town.
The immersive Weaving Studio will feature digital and live demonstrations and include objects such as a Jacquard and Plain Loom, punch cards and shawls.
The museum's transformation includes two dedicated learning spaces: an area for group events and a hands-on space for workshops, featuring a makers' space.
How Paisley Museum Reimagined is working with community group, Kairos, to promote greater diversity and more inclusive representation in the transformed museum.
Specialist conservators have been tasked with assessing and conserving the objects in Paisley Museum's collections, from textiles to taxidermy.
Over the course of his 26-year tenure as curator, Morris Young oversaw how Paisley Museum developed and played an key role in its history.