Fine Art Facilities, Wolverhampton School of Art, University of Wolverhampton

Fine Art Facilities

Fine Art Facilities

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Fine Art at Wolverhampton is a predominately studio based course. As a Fine art student your will have a dedicated studio space in a purpose built environment.

Virtual tour of the Fine art facilities

Click on the image below and take a tour around our facilities, please note the Mattertag hotspots (white circles with a dark blue outline) – these contain information about specific equipment, images, videos and more.

The Fine Art studios are open for you to work in 5 days a week from 8.30 am – 8.00pm

Studio facilities includes:

The current studio provision is carefully designed to support students working across the broad spectrum of contemporary fine art practice and has provision for:

  • large sculpture and 3d construction
  • painting and drawing
  • installation and print
  • photography and film.
Other specialist equipment includes:

Fine Art students also have access to a wide range of specialist workshops that support the whole of the school of Art including:

  • Traditional and digital print studios
  • wood,metal and plastic workshops,
  • digital, photographic and moving image suites
  • a working stone yard and foundry with a bronze casting facility.

A specialist team of technicians support students working in these facilities by providing the opportunity to observe and learn new skills, sourcing specialist materials, and working alongside students to help them make and exhibit their individual projects to a high professional standard.

Fine Art Facilities
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Fine Art Facilities
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In Focus

Learn about Fine Art's facilities in more detail

Including two floors of spacious studios along with specialist printmaking workshops.

In Addition

Our students have access to specialist 3D Design workshops, Ceramics facilities, Glass working facilities and Traditional Print workshops. Alongside a specialist in-house digital printing service – the Print Support Hub.

Ceramics facilities

The Ceramics facilities at Wolverhampton are among the best equipped in the country. Our students have access to a range of specialist facilities including: Plaster workshops, Throwing area, Glaze room, Kiln room, Raku yard and Studios.

Learn more about the ceramics facilities

Glass working facilities

We have access one of the largest, best equipped glass-making facilities in Europe, giving students the opportunity to experience a broad range of techniques to realise their creative aspirations.

Learn more about our Glass facilities

Traditional Print Workshops

The Traditional Print workshops offer a range of printing facilities, using different process techniques.

Learn more about our traditional print workshops

Print Support Hub 

The Print Support Hub is a technically supported, open access area. It offers all School of Art students a range of specialist printers that are capable of printing onto a vast array of different materials.


  • A3 Risograph printer
  • 2 medium format high-end Epson printers (A4, A3, A3+ and A2)
  • Large format thermal lithographic printer
  • Large Format Mimaki textile printer
  • Large Format Mimaki textile printer

The room also offers two large format scanners that will scan artwork up to A0 size.

Learn more about the Print Support Hub