2010 – ongoing

In:Site is an annual event in the centre of Birmingham which provides an opportunity for selected new arts graduates to create bespoke, site-specific artworks. Over the course of a week each maker is allocated time to make and install their temporary artwork on a specific day, turning the making process into a performance. The passing public are encouraged to watch, participate and engage with the creation of the artworks.

To mark the 10th edition of the event we are creating a new online space where you can explore the project. For now though, please take a look through the project blog, link below.

Visit the In:Site Revisited Art Trail

8 – 14 September 2021
In:Site Revisited showcases some of the work produced by In:Site makers and the public over the past five years. The artworks have responded to the architecture, history and heritage of Cathedral Square, drawing fresh attention to the imagery, stories and people to be found here.


A sock with a textile embroidered head protruding from the heel.

2022 Artist Showcase

Learn more about the artists selected for the 2022 In:Site programme.

Watch: Artists interviews

Learn more about their work and techniques, 2012-2019, on the You Tube playlist.

Two men pour molten metal into a mould, outside Birmingham Cathedral.

Blog: visit the In:Site blog

Find out more about past events

Where Next?

Artist: Billie Williams

Artist showcase.

a woman sits at a homemade spinning wheel made from upcycled materials.

Artist: Marta Torrent-Boix

Artist showcase

three unusual constructed devices

Artist: Yuka Jourdain

Artist showcase.

A hand with a large ring made of bright feather or leaf shapes.

Artist: Woo Jin Joo

Artist showcase.

A sock with a textile embroidered head protruding from the heel.


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