Watch our great video from FashionABLE 2018 - and be inspired.
You are invited to H20 a selling exhibition on the theme of water in the Upmo café at Leith Victoria Swim Centre on Friday 31st August.
There will be a range of amazing works on show made by Upmo students and made from driftwood, shells, seaglass, pebbles and many more found objects, recycled and upcycled materials – all available to buy. Any profits from the exhibition will go back into funding our creative workshops. Entry is by donation.
This exhibition has been made possible thanks to our recent Spirit of the Community award from Yorkshire and Clydesdale Bank. The exhibition theme has been chosen by the students who have been involved in all aspects of creating work for and planning this event.
Come along and support us. We are really looking forward to seeing you there.
The exhibition runs until 28th September.
A night of live music showcasing artists with additional support needs including Upmo’s very own, and fabulous, The Undercover and the Heavy.
In collaboration with Gig Buddies and the Elbe Room, we are delighted to announce our forthcoming Open Mic Night. Come along either as a member of the audience or get up on stage and give us a song.
We were delighted to be involved in the Hidden Door festival this year, where some of our students had the opportunity to gain valuable work experience.
As part of Scotland’s National Learning Disability Week 2018 , Upmo were involved in a number of different events in and around Edinburgh!
We had such a fantastic time on the recent Sponsored Walk, we're so proud of our students for taking part and for how well they did!
Congratulations to Hannah and Vicky on this fantastic achievement.
Next month is the annual Upmo sponsored walk. The students, staff, families and friends of Upmo will be walking 5k around Arthur's Seat.
Highlights from Upmo's first ever online auction.
Wild Ponies travelled from Tennessee to host a music fundraiser for Upmo. Showcasing their unique Americana sound, the group played to a sell-out crowd at St Peter’s Church Hall in Edinburgh.