In response to increasing concerns relating to the spread of COVID-19, and in order to protect the health and well-being of our visitors, staff and partners, Wolverhampton Arts and Culture sites are closed from Friday 20 March until further notice.
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Nritya: Collecting The Story Of Indian Dance In The Black Country 1960-2000.
Here 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.
Wolverhampton has been selected as the opening city for next year’s British Art Show 9.
An array of paintings, drawings, sculpture, print, film and photography by some of the leading lights of British contemporary art in recent decades.
Wolverhampton City Centre has over a hundred empty or underused sites including shops, office units and public areas.
Supported by City of Wolverhampton Council and financed by Government, a Wolverhampton charity has announced a project to put a collection of unique video interviews online.
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