Eastville Project Space
Located on the top floor of an old glove making factory, Eastville Project Space is a multi-functional space includes a studio for multi-media production, a residency space for all kind of creative projects, an exhibition/event/project space for showing.
We are a creative hub for artistic collaboration, where artists and curators can develop and produce innovative projects that are relevant to the their audiences.
We offer residency programme, exhibitions, public events, networking and workshops. We also host Yeovil Hackerspace http://eastvilleproject.org.uk/category/yeovil-hacker-space/
The Eastville Project Space aims to:
Create a hub for artists at local, national and international levels to develop new work in a supportive and stimulating environment.
Encourage artistic and curatorial collaborations between artists, audiences and the Eastville Project Space.
Support the development of socially engaging practices. Develop work that has a strong reflection of place and people.
Strengthen the arts and cultural infrastructure in Yeovil and Somerset through a new project that engages with artistic communities and audiences in a unique social landscape.
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- unincorporated organisation
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history of the site:
A former gloves making factory by Messrs W Tavener & Son since 1940s. http://www.yeovilhistory.info/tavener-gloves.htm
exhibitions, events, workshops:
For the latest event, please visit http://eastvilleproject.org.uk/category/event/
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types of studios:
- open plan