Here To Stay Panel Discussion23rdOct2pm - 4pmA panel discussion between photographer Inès Elsa Dalal and participants of Here To Stay project.
5th DecFantasy Pop presents a selection of vibrant artworks from Wolverhampton Art Gallery’s renowned Pop Art collection, exploring elements of fantasy portrayed throughout the paintings, works on paper and sculpture exhibited.
British Art Show 922ndJan2022Wolverhampton has been selected as the opening city for next year’s British Art Show 9.
Sharing Our Histories17thMayto
5th DecSharing Our Histories presents a selection of objects and artworks from Wolverhampton Art Gallery’s collection to begin exploring how the legacy of Empire has shaped the world around us and our histories.
Our Creative Lockdown16thOctto
5th DecOur Creative Lockdown brings together several smaller exhibitions showcasing different individuals’ artistic responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fantasy Films (History of Nothing by Eduardo Paolozzi and Euclidean Illusions by Stan VanDerBeek)16thOctto
5th DecThe exhibition Fantasy Pop is accompanied by two experimental films, never before exhibited at the gallery and considered ground-breaking at the time they were created.
Fantasy or Reality?17thMayto
21st NovFantasy is a hugely popular genre in literature, film, TV and also visual art. It can provide a means of escaping everyday life, transporting us to other worlds inhabited by fantastical creatures, where magic exists, and anything is possible.
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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Following the Government’s announcement about the easing of lockdown restrictions the team at the Lichfield Street gallery have been preparing new exhibitions as well as putting measures in place to ensure that the building is safe for both staff and visitors
Measures include track and trace as required by the NHS, a separate entrance and exit and a one-way route around the gallery. Face coverings will need to be worn whilst in the gallery and sanitisation stations will be available. There will be an alternative accessible route available for those who need it.
There is no need to book, we just ask that you please watch the short video below that outlines the changes in place before you visit.
Please note: We would like to inform all visitors that there are building works taking place in the gallery which will relocate the café to a larger ground floor location and create a fully inclusive entrance via St Peter’s passage.
The Gallery and café will remain open during this time and we endeavour to ensure the building works do not impact the visitor experience, however, as this is a live site please bear with us, as at times it maybe noisy and parts of the gallery will be off limits. Staff are on hand at all times to help answer your queries and we are very excited to welcome you back, if you have any comments or questions please email [email protected]