Socially Engaged Practice training

Another interesting looking training opportunity from Creative Alliance: Creative Alliance and Friction Arts bring you a unique opportunity to develop your socially engaged practice and use your art form to connect with hard to reach sectors of the community. This practice led programme will challenge and test not only your creativity but also your boundaries, … [Read more…]

Flying Start community arts training course

This is an interesting looking course run by Birmingham City Council for those who want to get into community arts. Flying Start 2007 Part time, free of charge, training course (September 2007 to January 2008) for artists working in any art form who are 18+ and living or working in Birmingham or Solihull. Closing date … [Read more…]

Flair Designer Maker Fair

The Flair Designer Maker Fair at Light House in Wolverhampton on June 23rd features 40 artists and makers from the region exhibiting and selling their work, along with graduates from Wolverhampton School of Art and Design. It runs from 11am to 4pm in the covered courtyard of the Chubb Buildings. Ranging from illustration and photography … [Read more…]

Creative Wolverhampton blog

Creative Wolverhampton is a blog about the creative scene in Wolverhampton and the surrounding area that’s been running since November last year. Who knew? Not me!

Multipack Meet

On Saturday there’s the monthly meeting of The Multipack at Lloyds No. 1, Regency Wharf, Broad Street from 2pm. (map). The Multipack is a community of multi-talented individuals from across the Midlands UK, that come together to discuss all the things web and share their knowledge, skills and talents. It’s a great opportunity to meet … [Read more…]

A Comic School?

Hi8tus are looking at the feasibility of setting up and running a Comic School cementing their work in supporting comic book illustration through the Stripsearch program. It’s worth emphasizing that this is at a very early stage – the tender for the feasibility study has only just gone out – but it’s worth noting as … [Read more…]