Each year, students from the University of Wolverhampton's Faculty of Arts showcase their final collections.
#Oursharedfutures is a multi media exhibition documenting the reality of those in flight from persecution and war, and the creative resilience of individuals forced to start their lives again in a foreign country.
Using thousands and thousands of pieces of the much-loved plastic bricks the master LEGO artist and author has created more than 70 awe-inspiring models from the Great Wall of China to Niagra Falls.
Discover what makes a dinosaur! Be inspired by our full-size T rex skull; be dwarfed by our replica Baryonyx dinosaur and get to know Beaky, our resident Pterosaur.
This display will showcase some of the many floral fetes and flower shows that have taken place in the area, using photographs and other archive material
Each year, students from the University of Wolverhampton's Faculty of Arts showcase their work to local schools, colleges, businesses and the wider public.
Information Overload is an exhibition of work by final year visual communication students in response to the term popularised in the 1970's by Alvin Toffler's book Future Shock which pointed to the effects on our decision making resulting from excessive content.
The Macabre Makers are a collective of unique artists and crafts people, who create high quality handmade products with a decidedly dark leanings.
Become a Craftplay Explorer and join our weekly stay and plays.
BERMUDA collective presents Alcoholism 1965, a giant floating sculpture of a pink elephant raising visual awareness and dialogue into the failings of society to deal issues relating to Alcoholism.
Explore your senses in our weekly Little Explorer sessions for children and babies up to 2 years
An opportunity to relax and unwind...
Join us in a friendly and relaxed environment for an opportunity to bring along a piece of work to Temple Street to be critiqued by fellow artists and receive constructive feedback from each other about the work.
An interactive workshop for beginner sewers giving you a taste of simple machine sewing techniques.
Work with practicing artists and experiment with new art techniques at Art Forum. Aimed at 14-25 year-olds the sessions also give you an insight into careers in galleries, museums and archives.
The show will feature a selection of media and art work, including fine art, sculpture, photography, digital print, textiles, fashion, painting and ceramics.
Join us for our School and Colleges Taster Day.
A competition celebrating art and the varied urban landscape around Whitmore Reans.