The Northern Ireland collection is one of the most significant and prestigious at Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
Hidden Treasures explores the far reaching influence of arts and crafts from India and the Middle East on Victorian interior design.
The world renowned and frequently talked about Caravan Gallery is coming to Wolverhampton in August!
Visit various venues around Wolverhampton to see floral artwork created by a host of exciting contemporary artists working in a variety of mediums.
Internationally acclaimed performance artist Eve Dent will be creating body installations in unusual spaces using the fabric of the gallery building.
The Victor Weeps traces Fazal Sheikh’s family history back to northern Pakistan on the borders with Afghanistan.
Two performers, dressed as cowboys and blindfolded, dance a slow line dance for twelve hours on the streets of Wolverhampton. Come along and be a part of this epic performance running from midday to midnight.
Shot on 8mm film ‘Darling Is This How ….’ is perfect for anyone who has ever sat in hotel room listening to the creaking bedsprings next door. Will you be seduced?
Join museums across the country to help the Victoria & Albert Museum, London celebrate over 125 years of the Purchase Grant Fund.
Breda Beban’s personal history is deeply interwoven with her work. She was born in the Balkans and ‘Let’s Call it Love’ was created in response to the NATO bombardment of Serbia and Montenegro.