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Gallery Now Closed

Gallery Closure: From Thursday 5 November 2020 Following government guidelines, the gallery is now closed. We hope we will be able to reopen in December. In the meantime, you can take a virtual tour of our current shows When Screens Break by Emma Talbot and Strange Matter by Luke Routledge HERE.

Posted 03.11.2020

We are supported by the Cultural Recovery Fund

We are pleased and relieved to have been awarded £71,799 from the Cultural Recovery Fund. This funding allows us to continue to deliver exhibitions, offsite projects, our artist support programmes, support the artists and freelancers we work with including those who are our staff.

Posted 21.10.2020

Eastside Projects Code of Conduct

Eastside Projects’ Code of Conduct is a collective statement written by Ruth Claxton, Amelia Hawk, Yas Lime, Candice Nembhard, Zoë Sawyer and Gavin Wade. The Code of Conduct is pasted outside the entrance to our building and uploaded here on our website.  By choosing to step over our threshold – whether physically or digitally – […]

Posted 30.09.2020

Syllabus Artists VI Announced

  Ten artists have been selected for Syllabus VI, a national, collaboratively-produced alternative learning programme, jointly delivered by Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge; Eastside Projects, Birmingham; Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts), London; Spike Island, Bristol; and Studio Voltaire, London. The selected artists are: James Clarkson, Lauren Craig, Ufuoma Essi, Bettina Furnée, Olga Grotova, Helen Hamilton, […]

Posted 23.09.2020

Install + Reopening Details Autumn 2020

Eastside Projects is currently closed for installation, our next exhibitions open on 2 October 2020. Join us for the launch of Emma Talbot: When Screen’s Break and Luke Routledge: Strange Matter on Friday 2 October here We will be open for our usual hours – Wednesday-Saturday, 12-5pm from 3 October until 12 December 2020. You will […]

Posted 01.09.2020

Anti Racism Actions

We believe Black Lives Matter. We have not previously written that Eastside Projects is an anti-racist space. This needs to be corrected. Eastside Projects is an anti-racist space. Please find our Anti Racism Actions Document HERE This is an initial set of actions which will be added to over time.

Posted 19.06.2020

Until further notice the gallery is closed. In the meanwhile, make art where you are, where things fall, make new connections, help others where you can – link and shift.

until further notice the gallery is closed We’re very sad to announce the closure of our two exhibitions ­– Sonia Boyce: In the Castle of My Skin, and Lindsey Mendick: The Yellow Wallpaper. All forthcoming events are also cancelled. If you missed the shows we have a virtual tour on our website HERE. You can […]

Posted 17.03.2020

Birmingham Smithfield Market Competition Winners!!

Birmingham Smithfield Market Competition We are delighted to announce that we are part of the team that has won an international competition to design a new home for the historic Smithfield Markets in the heart of Birmingham. Our team includes David Kohn Architects alongside, Todd Longstaffe-Gowan, Mark El-khatib, Charcoalblue, Price & Myers, WSP, Urban Space […]

Posted 16.01.2020

Apply Now! Harold Offeh Selfie Workshops

  Workshop #1: 2–5pm, Friday 7 February Workshop # 2: 2–5pm, Friday 6 March (You can attend one workshop or both) These workshops led by Harold Offeh will playfully explore the potential of the body, actions and gestures as recorded through cameras, exploring how actions and movements can be developed for and mediated by the […]

Posted 13.01.2020

GALLERY CLOSED FOR EXHIBITION INSTALLATION

The gallery is closed as we are currently installing our new exhibitions. Join us on Friday 24 January, 6–8pm for the launch of two new exhibitions by Sonia Boyce and Lindsey Mendick.    

Posted 18.12.2019