Managed by a small group of creative professionals, Mustard Arts is dedicated to artistic development that is embedded in community with a socially engaged approach. Supporting communities in making social change is at the heart of our work.
With funding from Arts Council England, this programme is born out of the longstanding project Kingshurst Arts Space, which recently finished and re-banded into Mustard Arts. Founder Aimee Bourne directs and designs the projects, supported by a steering group and management group with a dynamic and ever evolving creative team of experienced contemporary artists.
Mustard Arts is currently based in a small retail unit at Market Village Chelmsley Wood, where a series of workshops and artistic residencies will be taking place through 2019.
Mustard Arts, Market Village, Chelmsley Wood Shopping Centre, 2-8 Greenwood Way, Chelmsley Wood, B37 5TL
During the months of May and June 2019, 4 Midlands based artists will be using the Mustard Arts shop unit to explore the theme of 'trade'. Within this time restricted brief the artists will be asked to make site specific responses to the market and the communities that use it. All artwork made will be […]Find out more »
Bring along your camera and join artists David Rowan and Marie Prestleton for a guided walk around the green and urban spaces of Chelmsley Wood. Meet at the Mustard Arts space in Market Village at 10.45am. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org www.davidrowan.orgFind out more »