Synth Building Workshop and Eastville Vending at Supersonic Festival 2017
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Synth Building Workshop and Eastville Vending at Supersonic Festival 2017

We are delighted to take part in SuperSonic Festival in Birmingham (16-18 June). Our director and founder Stephen Ives will guide the participants through making their very own Atari Punk Console – a standalone, palm-sized synth with built-in amp and speaker for portable noise-goodness. A great project for beginners and young people, or just those … Continue reading

Fantasy Landscapes Creative Workshop
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Fantasy Landscapes Creative Workshop

Join our creative workshop with artist Fiona Winning using paint, drawing, papers, mixed media and projection to create your own imaginary landscapes. Saturday 1 April Morning session: 10.30am – 3.30pm Welcome all ages and drop in. Enquiry : Call/Text 07887379388 or Email info@eastvilleproject.org.uk   Part of ‘as eye saw it’ Exhibition by Fiona Winning: 30 March – 8 April. CLICK … Continue reading

Fantastic time at Supernormal festival (5-7 August 2016)
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Fantastic time at Supernormal festival (5-7 August 2016)

We were invited to provide a partnership programme around the ‘Pink Shed’ at Supernormal Festival this year. The ‘Pink Shed’ has been one of the key elements for the Festival, a space for commissions and showcasing work by invited artists and organisations in the UK, such as Isllington Mill (Liverpool) in 2015 and Melanie Clifford … Continue reading

THE PINK SHED TAKE OVER at Supernormal Festival
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THE PINK SHED TAKE OVER at Supernormal Festival

We (Eastville Project Space) are ‘TAKING OVER THE PINK SHED’ at this year’s Supernormal Festival (5-7 August, Braziers Park, Oxfordshire) – without a doubt the best 3 days you can have in a field this year!! For more information: http://www.supernormalfestival.co.uk/performances/#.term-art Documentation of the event: https://eastvilleproject.org.uk/projects/supernormal2016/ Inside the Shed: ‘How We Communicate’ an installation by Simon Blackmore Simon Blackmore makes … Continue reading