A Shared Vision

Black Country Living Museum (BCLM) and the University of Wolverhampton have much more in common than geographical location. Both institutions strive to raise aspirations and educational attainment by engaging individuals, families and schools across the country, making learning accessible, informative and fun.

Black Country Living Museum and University of Wolverhampton

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ArtsFest Online Events July

Monday 5th July  6pm  Masters in Conversation: Cathy Wade Each of our talks is conducted by a current MA student from the University of Wolverhampton and delves into important questions around art practices and the Read more…

ArtsFest Online: June Events

Tue 15th June 2pm Fashion, Textiles and Intellectual Property: Patchwork, Quilts or Veils? – Dr Metka Potočnik Fashion can be utilitarian, or perhaps functional. It can be seen as art, or an expression of its cultural Read more…

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