The New Art Gallery Walsall opened in February 2000 in the heart of Walsall town centre.
It is a family friendly space which hosts a range of groundbreaking and cutting edge contemporary exhibitions as well as a remarkable permanent exhibition. Valuing the best of local and regional artists as well as work form artists of national and international renown. On permanent display is The [...]. Read more
Caldmore Village Festival – A multicultural festival right in the heart of Walsall’s community.
The first Caldmore Village Festival was held on 29th-31st May 2010 to an incredibly positive local response. The 10,000 people who attended over the three days of the festival experienced a colourful multicultural kaliedescope of music and dance performances, Asian sports events and [...]. Read more
Anna Francis – Anna Francis is an artist whose practice examines private histories, public space and civic languages; using forms of intervention, mapping, performance, consultation and photography to investigate the impact of art and culture on the regeneration of cities. Two of the Stoke on Trent based projects that Anna shared with the Stoke Localise group were “Quality Streets” and [...]. Read more
AirSpace Gallery was opened by Turner Prize winner Martin Creed in May 2006 at the Falcon Works, a disused pottery factory, previously known as J. H. Weatherby & Sons. Since opening, AirSpace Gallery has been internationally recognised as a beacon for contemporary art in Stoke-on-Trent. Our aim has been to maintain a high quality experience both in delivery and exhibition content [...]. Read more
B Arts develops creative programmes and projects that sustain,
develop and enrich communities; while employing artists in work that is
intelligent, thoughtful and contributes to a process of cultural
We’re based in Newcastle under Lyme in the English Midlands, at the
edge of the Potteries conurbation, and much of our work is in the varied
and diverse communities of North [...]. Read more