Links with Industry
Employability is core to the ethos of the School of Art’s learning and teaching. We provide opportunities for our students to experience professional practice and work on subject-specific live briefs led by external clients/organisations. We have a great success rate in national and international competitions. In addition, we provide opportunities to undertake professional placements and engage with interdisciplinary collaborative practice.
Enabling students to build experience and to enhance their confidence, forming a solid foundation on which to begin their creative journey. Towards a dynamic, exciting and successful career in the creative industries.
Remade in Wolves: Raising Awareness of Ethical Fashion with University of Wolverhampton and Compton Care
Local construction company offers support to build the arts
key worker health building project
British Art Show 9 (BAS9) learning programme
Bilston Art Project
Throughout our history as an institution we have shone a spotlight on contemporary artistic practice and acted as a beacon for creative enterprise – regionally, nationally and internationally.
These talks are led by professionals working in the creative industries, many Wolverhampton graduates. Join us to hear about their career journeys so far, the challenges they have faced and how they made it happen.
At the University of Wolverhampton, there a wide range of services to support you in your creative career development, including jobs, opportunities, careers advice, online resources, mentoring and business start-up support for creative enterprises.
Throughout our half century of showcasing creative talent, many of the thousands of graduates we have produced have gone on to become successful in their chosen field – covering the entire spectrum of our subject portfolio.
Each year the University of Wolverhampton celebrates the accomplishments of our Undergraduate and Postgraduate students with a degree show of their work. Our undergraduate and postgraduate shows form a cultural highlight of each academic year. As well as providing the perfect stage to showcase their achievements, they are an opportunity for graduating students to meet with potential employers and gain invaluable experience of exhibiting their work. Providing them with the perfect planform to springboard their careers as artists and designers.
Degree Show 2021
We are delighted to announce our end of year graduate showcase highlighting the work of our final year students in Art, Design and Screen based subjects.
MA Show 2021
It is a great pleasure that we are once again partnering with Wolverhampton Art Gallery and the New Art Gallery Walsall in hosting our MA Degree Shows.
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British Art Show 9
22 January - 10 April 2022
We are delighted to announce that the Wolverhampton School of Art has been selected as one of the venues for the prestigious British Art Show 9! In what is a major boost and sign of recognition for arts and culture in Wolverhampton, we are proud to be hosting this prestigious touring exhibition in January 2022.
FEINART Lecture Series
The FEINART LECTURE SERIES will discuss the role, impact, and theoretical implications of socially engaged art. This series of public talks is organized by the Innovative Training Network FEINART (The Future of European Independent Art Spaces in a Period of Socially Engaged Art) jointly led by the Universities of Wolverhampton (coordinator), Zeppelin University (direction of the training programme) University Iceland, and University of Edinburgh.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 860306