Conference dates 2018
Studio Residency: Mo – Thur (25-28 June 2018) Start Mon 11.00 / Wolverhampton School of Art
Symposium: Fri 29 June 2018/ Arena Theatre
The event is structured in two parts, a 4-day ‘studio residency’ where we invite practitioners to develop work and engage with the studio practice. The residency closes with a one- day symposium at the end of the studio period.
Please note that the studio residency does not cover any expenses or material. You will be provided with a studio space. Refreshments and coffee/tea breaks will be available. A program of artists’ conversations will be published soon.
Please note that the studio residency does not cover any expenses or material. You will be provided with a studio space. Light lunch and coffee/tea breaks will be available.
The Symposium takes place at the Arena Theatre:
The symposium will consist of 20 Mins presentations of papers, followed by Q&A sessions and plenary session at the end.
Please see following link for further information: https://www.wlv.ac.uk/arena-theatre/about-us/
How to get to the Wolverhampton School of Art, Wolverhampton University:
10 Mins walk from the train station in Wolverhampton.
The workshop takes place in the Fine Art Department, Faculty of Arts (George Wallis Building / MK), University of Wolverhampton. Please find direction to the MK building below.
Faculty of Arts
University of Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton WV1 1SB
Click here to see the Wolverhampton School of Art (George Wallis Building (MK) on the campus map.
Please book your own accommodation. Here are some accommodation suggestions in Wolverhampton. Novotel, Redwingslodge or Britannia are all in walking distance (5-10 Mins) from the university.
any questions and queries please contact
Christian Mieves: Christian.Mieves@wlv.ac.uk
Maggie Ayliffe: M.C.Ayliffe@wlv.ac.uk