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Out Of Darkness Cometh Light

Out Of Darkness Cometh Light

A new online art exhibition named after the Motto of Wolverhampton, ‘Out of Darkness Cometh Light’ launches on 10th Friday July. This exciting exhibition has been curated by Wolverhampton artist and NAC resident Kom Achall bringing the works of artists who live or work /study in the our city. Kom Achall, is a visual artist

A statement from our CEO – 15/06/20

A statement from our CEO – 15/06/20

Much has changed since I last updated you on our work here at Newhampton Arts Centre. Today we welcomed back our thirty resident artists and organisations to access their studios and workspaces again. For the last three months NAC has been home to only a skeleton crew of site staff. Our residents have in the

Art Unlocked – Our First Ever Virtual 3-D Exhibition.

Art Unlocked – Our First Ever Virtual 3-D Exhibition.

We’re very excited to announce details of our first ever virtual 3-D exhibition to celebrate the work of our residents artists during lockdown. The exhibition, called Art Unlocked will take place on Thursday 4th – 26th June and will be accessible to the public through our website. NAC Staff and residents have been busy behind

A NAC update – 09/04/20

A NAC update – 09/04/20

We hope you are all safe and well at home. The NAC site may have closed its doors, for now. But the NAC staff at Newhampton Arts Centre are in good spirits and have been busy working from their home offices to create something new. Listen to an update from our CEO Trevelyan Wright talking

NAC@Home is a brand new weekly podcast.

NAC@Home is a brand new weekly podcast.

We have been busy behind the scenes and working from home to create NAC@Home. The brand new weekly podcast is your one stop for all things creative; theatre, music, comedy and just about anything else that you can think of. NAC@Home the podcast launches this Monday 13th of April at 6.45pm on Wolverhampton’s local radio

NAC Annual Report 2018-2019

NAC Annual Report 2018-2019

2018 – 2019 has been a year of huge progress for NAC. It was our first-ever year as an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation, and we started on the four-year task of developing our programme, organisation and facilities to play an even greater creative role in our communities. View our full annual report by