Here To Stay8thAugto
10th JanHere To Stay is an archive of portraits and oral histories by documentary photographer Inès Elsa Dalal which documents the personal and professional narratives of 23 Black healthcare personnel working in the National Health Service. It was commissioned in 2018 to celebrate 70 years since the arrival of the Windrush Generation, many of whom have been, and still are, integral to the success of the NHS.
Nritya: Black Country19thSepto
20th DecNritya: Collecting The Story Of Indian Dance In The Black Country 1960-2000.
Victoria & Albert: Our Lives in Watercolour7thMarto
27th SepTo mark the bicentenary of the births of both Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 2019 and 2020, a touring exhibition from the Royal Collection will explore the royal couple’s collecting of watercolours as a record of their public and private lives. together.
Phoebe Cummings: This Was Now7thMarto
27th SepThis exhibition explores ceramics as a time-based medium and seeks to understand the multiple ways we might record transient sculpture; individually and collectively.
Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Come and explore more than 300 years of art in our free gallery with fantastic changing exhibitions and permanent galleries featuring work by English landscape and portrait genius Gainsborough we’ve got it all here.
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Wolverhampton Art Gallery will be open on from Saturday 8 August.
This includes social distancing measures, health check questions on arrival, and track and trace as required by the NHS. There will be a separate entrance and exit and a one-way route around the gallery. Face coverings will need to be worn while in the gallery and sanitisation stations will be available. There will be an alternative accessible route available for those who need it.
A video is also available on YouTube to outline what to expect when you visit.
Read more here.