Queer Writing

ArtsFest – LGBT+ History Month Events

University of Wolverhampton’s ArtsFest have a packed line up of online events in store to mark this LGBT+ History month.  Friday 12th February, 4pm-5pm Some Other Me: Bisexual and pansexual representation in theatre The University of Wolverhampton presents an online talk with Arun Blair-Mangat, Callum Heinrich and Beth Hinton-Lever. Queer Read more…

E&S Photo Archive

ArtsFest – Online Events Next Week

Tuesday 2nd February, 5pm-6pm Edward Gorey: Creator of unsettling narratives and creepy characters Artsfest Online presents a talk with Dr Louise Fenton on author and illustrator Edward Gorey. Edward Gorey is an American author and illustrator whose work spans the twentieth century. His creepy illustrations and darkly humorous stories located Read more…

Latest ArtsFest Online Events

Wednesday 25th November, 7pm-8pm We are Invisible, We are Visible As part of UK Disability History Month, the University of Wolverhampton is pleased to present a talk with Mike Layward Artistic Director of DASH (Disability Arts in Shropshire). In this talk Mike will discuss the last 50 years of Disability Read more…

HMP Grendon Dean and James

ArtsFest Events in August

Here’s the first part of our quick round up of the exciting ArtsFest Online events taking place in August… Wednesday 5th August 11:30am-12:30pm Artist Residency at HMP Grendon (Part Two) – talk by Dean Kelland and James Latunji-Cockbill In the second part of this discussion about Dean’s artistic residency at Read more…

Funny Roots

More from ArtsFest Online!

More exciting events are lined up for ArtsFest online next week (week commencing Monday 27th July). Monday 27th July 4pm-5pm Finding our Funny Roots Project – A Presentation Students from the University’s School of Humanities have been working alongside the Finding our Funny Roots project which was run by Creative Read more…

Max and Allister

Latest ArtsFest Events

ArtsFest have a exciting line-up of online events taking place next week (week commencing 13th July). From glass making to witchcraft – expect creativity and, of course, a bit of the unexpected! Tuesday 14th July 3pm-4pm: Dr Max Stewart in Conversation with Renowned Glass Artist Allister Malcolm Join Dr Max Read more…