All of our projects involve workshops and public participation
Whether you're an artist, student or local resident that wishes to get involved in making art in your community, get in touch and we'll let you know about upcoming projects you can help us research, develop, build and deliver...
!!CORONA VIRUS UPDATE!! The Stirchley Tapestry!!
We've just launched a big workshop project you can take part in at home during self-isolation and social distancing!
All you need to take part in this big community project is:
Pens or Pencils
Access to a device that takes photographs
Access to email
Find out all about the project here Stirchley Tapestry.
No drawing skills required to take part in this project- just imagination. For all ages, children and adults. You can take part on your own or with those you are self-isolating with.
What's our next Stirchley-based project?
Our next big project in 2020 is Post Apocalyptic Mead Hall II. A five year anniversary show of the first Post Apocalyptic Mead Hall- the first project we ever did in Stirchley!
If you're interested in sculpture, live music/ performance, good food, good beer and good cheer, then this is the project for you. We've got some good bands, artists and ideas lined up for a show that celebrates community empowerment, local producers and traders and offers a time and a space to think about the future of where we live!
Check out the first Post Apocalyptic Mead Hall.
What will we be building?
For this project we will be building 4 large Mead Hall tables and 16 wooden benches from reclaimed wood found within Stirchley.
When will this take place?
Production will begin on this project from March and finish June 2020.
How do I get involved?
If you'd like to join us then send along an email to email@example.com expressing an interest in taking part, maybe a little bit about yourself and why you're drawn to the project and we'll be in touch with dates and times.