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Fixed term contract for 12 months 30 hours per week, usually across 4 days Paid at Real Living Wage – currently £9.50p/h (£14,820 per annum) Application Deadline: 10pm, 10 October 2021 Interviews: w/c 18 October 2021 Pre-application Workshop: 5–6pm, Thursday 30 September 2021 Join this workshop to find out more about our Artist Curator Trainee […]

Posted 14.09.2021


MULTIVERSE ORGANISER 0.6 FTE, 3 days (22.5 hours) per week £18,000 p/a (£30,000 pro rata) Fixed-term contract for 12 months Application Deadline: 6pm, Sunday 17 October, 2021 Interviews: 26 October, 2021 As Multiverse Organiser you will work closely with Artist Curator Gavin Wade and Artist Maker Ruth Claxton to organise Eastside Projects and ensure that […]

Posted 14.09.2021

EOP Members Show APPLY NOW!

PRE-APPLICATION WORKSHOP: Thursday 29 July 2021, 1–2pm APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday 23 August 2021 EXHIBITION: 3 June – 6 August 2022 The annual EOP Members Show is part of Eastside Projects’ core artistic programme. We want to invest our time, energy, and resources into ambitious projects and support Artists and Artist-Curators to make a step-change in […]

Posted 07.07.2021

Wheatley Fellowship APPLY NOW!

Birmingham School of Art and Eastside Projects are seeking applications from contemporary visual artists for the annual Wheatley Fine Art Fellowship. The £9,000 tax-free stipend fellowship is intended to give a practitioner time and resources to develop new work and ideas alongside staff and students at Birmingham City University’s prestigious Birmingham School of Art. The successful applicant will […]

Posted 07.07.2021

OPEN CALL – Join our Advisory Board! Apply by 15 April

Join our Advisory Board and help shape the Multiverse Eastside Projects is a not-for-profit company, limited by guarantee and is governed by an Advisory Board which is made up of our Company Directors – Gavin Wade, Ruth Claxton and Tom Bloor – and a group of external Advisors.   Advisors usually serve for two years and […]

Posted 08.03.2021

OPEN CALL Become a Cultural Citizen – Apply by 23 April

Eastside Projects is looking for five new Cultural Citizens to feedback on their experiences of our exhibitions, projects and events, reflect on what we do and help us develop new ways to open out the organisation to different audiences, communities and perspectives. You’ll be part of our second Cultural Citizens group, and so will be […]

Posted 08.03.2021


Due to the COVID-19 lockdown Eastside Projects is currently closed. We will open as soon as we are able to. In the meantime, why not take a virtual tour around one of our previous shows or check out our events page, sign up to our mailing list or follow us on Instagram or Twitter for […]

Posted 07.01.2021


We are currently on holiday. Any products bought from the shop will be sent after Tuesday 5th Jan 2021. A big thank you to everyone who has supported us this year. Eastside Projects Team

Posted 18.12.2020

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