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Eastside Projects: Gallery Relaunch 6–9pm Friday 1 June 2018 Please join us to test out another reality.[1] Eastside Projects have been working on an artwork for ten years.[2] We call it an artist-run multiverse. There is a building at 86 Heath Mill Lane, in Digbeth, Birmingham. This is the gallery and the gallery is many […]

Posted 19.04.2018


APPLICATION DEADLINE: MIDNIGHT MONDAY 7 MAY Wysing Arts Centre, Eastside Projects, Iniva, S1 Artspace, Spike Island and Studio Voltaire, invite applications from artists for Syllabus IV; a collaboratively produced alternative learning programme in its fourth year that will support ten artists across ten months. Starting in September 2018, the curriculum for Syllabus IV will be […]

Posted 26.03.2018


We are delighted to invite sole traders, micro-businesses and small and medium sized enterprises to register for STEAMhouse’s business support programmes. There are a range of different opportunities on offer – including the Production Space Open Route  which has been designed to support individuals, companies and organisations who are interested in prototyping and developing new […]

Posted 22.03.2018

Welcome Zoë Sawyer! Our New Offsite Curator

We are delighted to announce that Zoë Sawyer is joining Eastside Projects as Offsite Curator. Zoë will be working with us to continue to Make Art Public and develop our public programmes such as Park Life in Banbury. Alongside working on commissions, solo and large-scale group exhibitions, with prominent artists such as Rehana Zaman, Lubaina […]

Posted 01.03.2018

The Endless Village @ Eastside Projects

The Endless Village is a science fiction satire and sitcom set in Kingdom#3 of an imagined future post-Brexit Britain. Investigating life, localism and trade relations, the sitcom pilot (‘Banana Day’) presents a satirical meditation on future daily life in NFKATUK – the Nation Formerly Known As The UK. Written and produced by General Public (visual […]

Posted 08.02.2018

Join Birmingham’s cultural revolution!

NEW JOBS CREATED AT BIRMINGHAM ARTS ORGANISATIONS IN 2018 As well as the Operation Assistant and Offsite Curator roles we are currently advertising, many arts organisations in Birmingham will be offering new jobs in 2018. Well known and up and coming Birmingham Arts Organisations are offering sixteen new full and part time positions as a […]

Posted 29.01.2018


We are looking for two brilliant and resourceful new people to join our team as Offsite Curator and Operation Assistant and work with us to Make Art Public. Find all the details on our Opportunities page HERE

Posted 21.12.2017


Earlier this month Eastside Projects’ Operation Assistant Emily Hawes led a workshop with Johanna, Tina and Rai from Arts in Crisis , with the intention of making an audio guide to coincide with the launch of Housing Moves. The open conversation was structured round a series of prompts and questions such as ‘What Is Eastside Projects?’ and ‘What Did […]

Posted 07.07.2017


Everyone is welcome to join us as we celebrate the launch of our new exhibitions. In the main gallery ‘Production Show: Artists House’ features Heather & Ivan Morison, Laura Aldridge, Honor Gavin & Theatrum Mundi, Liam Gillick, Jasleen Kaur, Roslie Schweiker & Arts in Crisis and Hardeep Pandhal and in the second gallery we are delighted […]

Posted 19.05.2017

Residents of Longford Park … submit your ideas!

Artist Rosalie Schweiker is inviting residents of Longford Park to suggest what they would like to do with £6000 of public arts funding. Should we spend it on: Cooking classes? A mural? New door mats? A street party? A parking space? You can submit your ideas online until 8 July 2017 HERE All ideas will […]

Posted 17.05.2017

STEAMhouse Technician Roles: Application deadline 21 May

                        Are you an experienced maker with a strong track record of delivering projects to successful completion? Can you evidence the technical skills required to support individuals accessing workshop facilities across wood, digital, print or metal? Do you have a good understanding of the […]

Posted 12.05.2017

Be our ESP & Public Programmer – Apply by 7 May

We are looking for a new ESP and Public Programmer Hours: 0.6 FTE (22.5 hrs per week, usually over 3 days) Salary: £15,000 per annum, (£25,000 pro rata) Closing date for applications: Sunday 7 May 2017 The ESP and Public Programmer collaborates with Eastside Projects’ Directors and staff and ESP members to devise, produce and […]

Posted 05.05.2017