Pod Projects

                                                                                                          

POD Projects is a platform for the collaborative ventures of artist Trevor Pitt

 


You Are Here

A3 Project Space

April - October 2014

 

Trevor Pitt curates the 'YOU ARE HERE' programme from April to October 2014 at A3 Project Space.

 

A3 Project Space is an artist-led gallery in Digbeth Birmingham, run by Trevor Pitt, Oliver Jones and Cathy Wade. responsive and evolving programme of exhibitions, projects and events support contemporary artists, designers and makers to take risks with their work and their relationships with audiences.

 

www.a3projectspace.org

Bicycle Basket Bazaar at Warwick Bar Summer Fete

Saturday 26 July, 12pm - 6pm

Edible Eastside, Digbeth

 

Established by artist Bill Pollard in 2006, BBB is all about Bicycles, Creativity & Good Cheer.

 

Our line-up of Brilliant Basketeers:

 

David Swan

Pete Ashton & Jenny Duffin, 

Esme Bayliss, 

Francine Shokker 

Beth White 

Cathy Wade & Kevin Ryan 

Diane Wiltshire

 

If you would you like to take part in Bicycle Basket Bazaar at Warwick Bar Summer Fete email trevor@podprojects.org

 

Full info about the event as part of Warwick Bar Summer Fete

www.warwickbar.co.uk

 

Thanks to Sprocket Cycles for their support

 

Bicycle Basket Bazaar at Summer in Southside

Saturday 9 August, 12pm - 5pm

Back to Backs and Inge Street 

 

POD Projects and Eye Candy bring together an incredible line up of the artists and makers that reflect the best in the region as part of 'Summer in Southside’ event organised by the Birmingham Hippodrome.

 

This BBB will take place in spaces surrounding the Hippodrome theatre on Inge Street and the courtyard of the National Trust’s ‘Back to Backs. 

 

www.summerinsouthside.com

Yarning

mac birmingham

Premiere 2015

In October 2012 Trevor Pitt began a road trip across the UK to document personal histories of crafting with yarn.

The conversations will form the basis of a new performance piece that will be part of a season curated by Craftspace in 2015 that explores craft through its history and story located in everyday lives.