The New Art Gallery Walsall is delighted to present the Living Memory Project’s, The Black Country. This exhibition marks the culmination of a four-year engagement with residents of Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton in order to record, archive and celebrate everyday life stories and personal photographic collections. To talk on record, to tell our […]
The New Art Gallery is delighted to present the work of 21 artists as part of their final MA degree shows. Students are graduating from MA Fine Art and MA by Research in Art & Design from the University of Wolverhampton.
We are delighted to welcome back Walsall Society of Artists for their 71st Annual Exhibition after missing last year’s exhibition because of the pandemic. Works are included in a wide range of media and many are for sale. Every Saturday during the exhibition, members will be demonstrating their talents here in the Gallery; Saturday […]
De’Anne Crooks residency explores Caribbean tales, more familiarly known as “old wives tales”, using them as a springboard for investigation into a wider conversation around the validity, comfort and history of these tales across different cultures. Exploring the origin, comfort, consequences, and the visual depiction of such tales, De’Anne will use this time in […]
The New Art Gallery is pleased to present the first solo exhibition by landscape painter Yasmin David (1939-2009). David was the niece of Kathleen Garman, who donated Walsall’s prestigious Garman Ryan Collection in the 1970s. Yasmin’s mother was Kathleen’s youngest sister, Lorna. Her brother, Michael Wishart, was also an acclaimed painter, whose work features […]
Join in online from home with our children’s workshops, devised by our talented artist educators. Suitable for all ages, though preschool children will require assistance from an older child or adult. There will be a new workshop every Wednesday #WednesdayWorkshop Watch the videos below or download worksheets for our most popular workshops so far: […]