On Wednesday 26th September at 2pm, the RBSA Gallery are inviting the public to a 'RBSA Gallery BSL (British Sign Language) Tour'. The tour will be free to attend, led by artist Olivier Jamin and Brendan Flynn, RBSA Professor of Art History. Discover more in the latest MAP blog post.
Cook's New Clothes is a collaboration between Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll and Kirill Burlov, Ludovica Fales, Nikolaus Gansterer, Ruby Hoette, Simon Layton, Mo'ong and Keren Ruki to create a series of events carried by music, regalia, dance, drawings and spoken words.
The Midlands Art Papers blog explores a new showcase, a selection of works by Anglo-Welsh artist, Sir Frank-Brangwyn (1867-1956) at the Dudley Museum.
The Midlands Art Papers Blog explores the latest Wolverhampton Museum and Art Gallery exhibition showing works by Birmingham based artist Melanie Tomlinson, titled 'Melanie Tomlinson: Ghost Horses and Guns'
The School of Languages, Cultures, Art History and Music is again delighted to announce a strong set of results from the 2018 National Student Survey, which gathers the views of students in their final year of undergraduate study.
Eight leading universities in the Midlands are joining together to train the next generation of highly-skilled arts and humanities researchers, thanks to funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Discover more about the latest display at The New Art Gallery, Walsall in this latest Midlands Art Papers blog post.
Currently on display at The Barber Institute of Fine Arts until 23rd September 2018 is a noteworthy exhibition, titled 'Drawn To Perfection: Masterworks on Paper from the Royal Collection'. The latest Midlands Art Papers blog post explores the exhibition
Discover more about the latest exhibition on display at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry, 'Fevral – A Folklore' exhibition containing works by artist Stewart Francis Easton, on the Midlands Art Papers Blog.
The Midlands Art Papers blog explores the latest RBSA Gallery exhibition, Menopause: A Life in Change by artist, Gabrielle Roberts-Dalton. Click to read the full post
'Reframing the Wild' co-curated by Dr Kate Nichols and Dr Sam Shaw takes place at the Wolverhampton Art Gallery in Summer 2019. The MAP blog shares an insight into the animal inspired collection
Professor Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll has received a glowing review on an influential blog for her performance at the 'First Friday' event held at the Stryx Gallery in Digbeth, Birmingham