Supported by socially engaged arts organisation Take A Part, YAAG is made up of community organisations, local authority and town council representation, heritage, libraries and communities partners across Yeovil. Over the course of 2021/22, the YAAG commissioned artists to work with young people and heritage assets in the town to create engaging events and workshops that open up conversations around art and cultural ambitions in Yeovil Town.
VISION: To use creativity to build culture, community and identity in Yeovil
MISSION: Celebrating and connecting everyone in Yeovil through creativity and culture; fostering unity, embracing change and championing inclusivity.
- To focus on place-making and co-create contemporary art activities with communities, groups and stakeholders that carry wider aims, i.e. social change, regeneration, economic growth and community cohesion.
- To nurture new artistic ideas through partnership working, together to build reputation and new audiences for the work that is innovative, impactful, positive, relevant and specific to Yeovil.
To find out more about YAAG, please contact our Engagement Producer Natasha Rand at natasha@yeovilartspace
We are very proud to announce the appointment of a collective of 8 artists from our Community Art School cohort to deliver our 3rd Research & Development Commission funded by Arts Council England Lottery Funding. The group of artists are Dawn Handy, Izzie Jobbins, Stéphanie Max, Miranda Pender, Rhiannon Cross, Jess Egan, Celia Brokenshire and […]
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Thomas Goddard for R&D commission as part of our development programme funded by Arts Council England Lottery Funding. Thomas has been working with us since May and will be working with YAY, our creative young people group for aged 13-17 in the 6 months to develop new initiative which […]
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Denman & Gould (Eleanor Goulding and Russell Denman) for R&D commission as part of our development programme funded by Arts Council England Lottery Funding. They have been working with us since May and focus on the area around environmental sustainability by develop conversation with community and exploring: • […]
Friday 2 July 10am – 12noon (Zoom) Creative Space is an online event in which we bring together guest speakers from across the UK, exploring the cultural value that artists and organisations can offer for community and in public spaces. What are the impact and benefits that are offered by art and creativity on cultural […]