Events, Wolverhampton School of Art, George Wallis Building, University of Wolverhampton

Events

Events

Wolverhampton School of Art / Events

We provide a number of opportunities for a wide variety of arts engagement and creative exploration, through a comprehensive programme of events comprising exhibitions, talks and performances.

Cultural highlights include: Artsfest, our annual celebration of arts and culture; the FEINART Lecture Series; Disability History MonthLGBT+ History Month; our continuing celebration of Black History Month; our Degree and MA Shows.

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 Artsfest, Wolverhampton School of Art, University of Wolverhampton
Artsfest 2022

This year marks the seventh year of Artsfest hosted by the university. Traditionally we join with cultural venues across the region to programme a variety of events including live performances, workshops, theatre shows, music, poetry, art exhibitions, and lots more to get involved with. 

We invite an eclectic range of new and established artists both locally and further afield, to use Artsfest as a platform to enhance their careers. This is something that we are proud to support and will endeavour to do in the future, using Artsfest as a vehicle to continue to bring you the very best this region has to offer.

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Black History Month 2020, Wolverhampton School of Art, University of Wolverhampton

We are embracing Black History Month beyond the confines of a single month. Our intention is for Black History Month to transcend seasonality and 'tokenism’ so that the original initiative itself is eventually no longer required.

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Disability History Month

UK Disability History Month (UKDHM) is an annual event creating a platform to focus on the history of disabled people's struggle for equality and human rights.

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LGBT+ History Month, Wolverhampton School of Art, George Wallis Building, University of Wolverhampton

LGBT+ History Month is a month-long annual celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans,
and non-binary history, including the history of LGBT+ rights and
related civil rights movements.

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