Public Art Links

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Creative Eastleigh

For information about events, opportunities and creatives working in and around Eastleigh

The Point, Leigh Road, Eastleigh

The Point in Eastleigh is a centre for contemporary arts performance and participation at the heart of the local community.

The Berry Theatre, Hedge End

The Berry Theatre offers family entertainment as well as state of the art venue for local amateur groups

 The Arts Council

Arts Council England is the national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from Government and the National Lottery

Arts and Business

Helps build communities by developing creative partnerships between business and the arts


The commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, promotes design and architecture to raise the standard of the built environment

Civic Trust
Britain's leading charity devoted to enhancing the quality of life in Britain's cities, towns and villages

Department of Communities and Local Government
Aims to foster prosperous and cohesive communities, offering a safe, healthy and sustainable environment for all

Department for Culture Media and Sport
Aims to improve the quality of life for all through cultural and sporting activities, to support the pursuit of excellence and to champion the tourism, creative and leisure industries. DCMS is also responsible for government policy on architecture & design and arts

Department for Transport
The Department works to deliver a transport system which balances the needs of the economy, the environment and society

English Heritage
English Heritage exists to protect and promote England's spectacular historic environment and ensure that its past is researched and understood


Greyladyes Arts Foundation (GAF) is a local arts centre with a global perspective which promotes cultural understanding through art and education

Hampshire Open Studios

Hampshire Open Studios aims to promote the activities and sales of artists and craftspeople living or working in Hampshire.  The sixteen-day open studio 'trail' gives people the opportunity of visiting artists exhibiting in their homes, studios and village halls. Most of the work is for sale, with the benefit of direct selling.

Homes and Communities Agency
The government agency that funds new affordable homes and regulates housing associations in England

Ixia (formerly Public Art Forum)
The think tank for public art practice; an independent voice for public art, initiating debates, promoting research and encouraging innovation and change

Public Art South West
The regional advice and development body as well as being an internationally respected organisation in the practice of public art. PASW have also been managing and delivering PROJECT for CABE


Partnership for Urban South Hampshire (PUSH) is a partnership of local authorities in South Hampshire dedicated to sustainable, economic-led growth and improving prosperity and the quality of life for everyone who lives, works and spends their leisure time in South Hampshire

Royal Institute of British Architects
The RIBA exists to advance architecture and promote excellence in the profession. It does this via an unrivalled programme of lectures, awards, exhibitions and events; works in schools, community architecture projects and community architecture schemes

Royal Town Planning Institute
'Mediation of Space, Making of Place' a dynamic organisation leading the way in the creation of places that work now and in the future

South East Regional Design Panel
Supporting the delivery of sustainable, high quality and well planned developments across the south east of England

Southern Entrepreneurs

Southern Entrepreneurs is an Eastleigh Borough Council project to help small businesses across  Hampshire to start up, and existing small businesses to grow and prosper.



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