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AN UPDATE ON CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
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AN UPDATE ON CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

The government guidelines on social contacts, unnecessary travel and entertainment venues have changed very significantly on 16th March. Newhampton Arts Centre will post updates on the status of upcoming events and site opening over the next few days. Please follow these updates if you are an artist, customer, resident or room hirer. Cook and Share

The Sneeze Project, between the beauty and the malevolence of pollen
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The Sneeze Project, between the beauty and the malevolence of pollen

Artist Sue Brisco brought The Sneeze Project to NAC at last year’s Fun Palace, the immersive artwork which deals with the beauty and malevolence of pollen is about to get bigger! Supported by Arts Council, this project aims to creatively inform to hay fever sufferers what they are facing through an engaging experience featuring drawing,

New Community Researcher opportunity at NAC
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New Community Researcher opportunity at NAC

Become a Community Researcher in 2020. Do you want to Help change Whitmore Reans for the better? Learn new skills? Work with other people on a constructive project in your locality? We’re looking to recruit a team of Community Researchers who live in and around Whitmore Reans. Community research is all about talking to others

NAC Annual Report 2018-2019
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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

Paint the Day Success
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Paint the Day Success

Over 50 artists took to the streets in Paint the Day 2017 and the quality and range of the art work gave the judges and the public a hard time choosing the winners. We are grateful to our three judges: Neus Miro, Christian Mieves and Peter Harrington for tackling this task and for all the

New Funding Announced for NAC
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New Funding Announced for NAC

The Newhampton Arts Centre has been awarded funding by Arts Council England in their latest funding round. The funding, of £180,000 per year for four years from April 2018, will provide new opportunities for arts and culture in Wolverhampton. Centre Manager, Christine McGowan, was delighted to hear the news on Tuesday 27th June.  “It’s great