Bill Drummond: Deconstruction – 14 June 2014 @eprjcts

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Bill Drummond: Deconstruction
Eastside Projects, Heath Mill Lane, Birmingham B9 4AR
@eprjcts | www.eastsideprojects.org
0121 771 1778
Free
14 June 2014

He entered Birmingham by bed-raft via the Grand Union canal, gave away daffodils to strangers in Victoria Square and sparked right-wing media fury after defacing a UKIP election billboard in the city. 

During his three-month residency at Digbeth-based Eastside Projects, the artist, musician, author and irritant to the mainstream Bill Drummond has also found the time to deliver knitting classes, drumming, cake-baking, shoe-shining, lectures, sculptures and other such activities – all part of a ‘World Tour’ manifesto. Continue reading

Anticurate want your ART

mac birmingham calls out for West Midland art
Open Day – Sat 9 Jul 2011, 11am – 6pm
Exhibitions – Wed 3 Aug – Sun 7 Sep 2011

This is your chance to get your work displayed in an exhibition at mac’s first floor gallery. On Saturday 9 July the venue will be transformed into an Antique Road Show style space where you can bring your art and pitch to a panel of anticurators.

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Companis’ ‘Bone Dinner’

*TICKETS NOW ON SALE!*

Companis ‘Bone Dinner’
A carnivorous feast based on Gordon Matta-Clark’s ‘Bone Meal’ (1972)
Eastside Projects Second Gallery
Friday 5 November, 7pm
With Blanch + Shock, Juneau Projects, Elizabeth Short


For this unique dining experience you’re going to need a strong heart a taste for all things meaty as Companis presents they’re ultimate carnivore meal – Bone Dinner. Alluding to the 1970’s food experiment ‘Bone Meal’, Companis invite you to dine on a wide variety of luxurous bone-based dishes where you will not only be indulging on fantastic food but also have some bones presented to you cleaned, drilled and strung for you to wear home! Continue reading

hobbypopMUSEUM at Eastside Projects

hobbypopMUSEUM
86 Heath Mill Lane, Birmingham, B9 4AR, 0121-771-1778
Free Entry
Thursday 12-6.30pm, Friday to Saturday 12-5pm
8 May – 13 June 2010

Eastside Projects present a new solo exhibition by Düsseldorf and London-based artist group hobbypopMUSEUM.
Believing that in artistic collaboration lies something other than compromise, something uniquely valuable, the group’s potent site-specific installations fuse painting with sound, performance and film to provoke ‘romantic optimism and painterly faux-naivety’. Continue reading