The University of Wolverhampton Artsfest 2016 festival has now finished, but following its huge success we will back in Summer 2017 with a whole new festival line-up to celebrate the creative and cultural life of our region, and the huge impact that the arts make in our everyday lives.
Each year students from the University of Wolverhampton's Faculty of Arts celebrate their time at the University by showcasing their work to local schools, colleges, businesses and the wider public.
As part of our Artsfest 2016 celebrations, the WeLoVe Alumni Association presents a very special event with University of Wolverhampton Alumna and Hollywood star and director Alice Amter, aka 'Raj's Mom' in sitcom phenomenon The Big Bang Theory.
A programme of Roald Dahl inspired performance work by young people aged 8-12 years.
The BA and MA Applied Arts (Ceramics and Glass) auction is an annual fundraising event to help enable students take part in the New Designers exhibition in London.
In this recent body of painting Ben Kelly continues with his interest in the places around him – the local parks, streets, the seaside – scenes of the everyday.
Zimbe! is an African-Jazz fusion piece involving over 150 performers from choirs.
After much success with Portobello, Africa International and Jamaica Film Festival, UK short film drama ‘Second Wind’ will be screened for the first time in the West Midlands.
From the bright lights of Broadway, the University of Wolverhampton presents Pippin!
This exhibition will bring together a range of works by the artist including a new series of diptychs
The Music Boy is a polyptych of four paintings by Jan Vanriet
Masks have a universal popularity and are extremely important in many cultures, some for religious purposes others for celebrations or theatre.