Eastville Project Space

The Eastville Project Space is a creative hub for artistic collaboration, where artists and curators can develop and produce innovative projects that are relevant to their audiences. It has an audio-visual production studio, an office, a residency space and a mutli-function room for events, exhibitions and workshops.

The Eastville Project Space aims to:

- Create a hub for local, national and international artists
- Encourage artistic and curatorial collaborations
- Support the development of socially engaging practices
- Strengthen the arts and cultural infrastructure in Yeovil and Somerset

View Eastville Project Space on the Art Map

Opening hours

See the published opening time of each public events or by appointment.

Address

Unit 5a
8 Buckland Road
Pen Mill Trading Estate
Yeovil
Somerset BA21 5EA

07887379388
[email protected]
eastvilleproject.org.uk

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EastvilleEast by Fiona Winning. Image by Lily Bulivant

Image Credit: EastvilleEast by Fiona Winning. Image by Lily Bulivant

Fanzine Exhibition. Image by Lily Bulivant

Image Credit: Fanzine Exhibition. Image by Lily Bulivant

The Globe by Gavin Morris. Image by Lily Bulivant

Image Credit: The Globe by Gavin Morris. Image by Lily Bulivant

Micro-residency project by Jon England

Image Credit: Micro-residency project by Jon England

Multi-media Performance. Image by Alan Upton

Image Credit: Multi-media Performance. Image by Alan Upton

View from Eastville Project Space. Image by Lily Bulivant

Image Credit: View from Eastville Project Space. Image by Lily Bulivant

What's on

Jon England: Hour Hands

Market House Museum, 32 Swain St, Watchet TA23 0AD

Wednesday 27 March 2019 – Friday 08 November 2019

The Art of the Potter: Somerset Slipware

Somerset Rural Life Museum, Chilkwell Street, Glastonbury, Somerset BA6 8DB

Tuesday 02 July 2019 – Saturday 09 November 2019

Where Function Ends: Responses to the Architecture of Sir Edwin Lutyens

Hestercombe Gallery, Hestercombe Gardens, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Taunton TA2 6LQ

Sunday 14 July 2019 – Sunday 27 October 2019

Where Function Ends: Responses to the Architecture of Sir Edwin Lutyens

Hestercombe Gallery, Hestercombe Gardens, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Taunton TA2 6LQ

Sunday 14 July 2019 – Sunday 27 October 2019

Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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