From March 2021 British Arts Show 9 (BAS9) will be exhibiting in Wolverhampton for the first time ever.

British Art Show is acknowledged as one of the most important recurrent exhibitions of contemporary art produced in this country and is unrivalled in its scope and national reach. British Art Show 8 attracted over 300,000 visitors in its tour to four cities. For a taste of what the exhibition will look like have a look at the British Art Show 8 website here.

British Art Show 9 will be held at the University of Wolverhampton (School of Art), Wolverhampton Art Gallery and in arts venues and public spaces across the city. There will be over 40 artists will be sharing their work through sculpture, painting, installation, drawing, photography, film, video and performance.

As part of the Wolverhampton BAS9 Learning Engagement Team we aim to create an exciting and inspiring BAS9 learning programme for young people living in Wolverhampton and the Black Country. To successfully do this we want to collaborate with local creative teachers, arts educators and young people to build learning opportunities, resources, activities, training and events that are dynamic, relevant and inclusive. It is crucial that the BAS9 Learning Programme is created with arts educators and young people that are passionate about high quality creative education and cultural experiences.

If you would like to be part of shaping the BAS9 Learning Programme please take 5 minutes to complete our BAS9 Learning Programme Teacher Survey.

BAS9 Learning Programme Teacher Survey