Join us for Season 11 of the Art House Open Lecture series presented by Meadow Arts and the University of Worcester’s School of Arts.
On Tuesday 18th April the Art House will be hosting the Art and Climate Roundtable Event between 5 and 7 pm as part of Watermark, a contemporary art exhibition exploring water, flooding and the climate crisis in partnership with venues across Worcester.
Wilding is a darkly humorous and politically charged performance exploring radical protest and feminism. It has been created in collaboration with Emma Bourke (a graduate of University of Worcester and distant cousin of the militant suffragette Emily Wilding Davison).
A popular festival returns to the City lighting up the streets with some exciting new projections.
PITT Studio & The Art House, School of Arts, University of Worcester are pleased to present The Worcester OPEN 2023 supported by Meadow Arts on the occasion of Watermark, a multi-venue partnership-based project on water and flooding as environmental markers of climate change, which will take place from January to May 2023.
The Worcester Music Festival is run by volunteers to promote the local music scene on one weekend a year. All money raised from fund raising during the Worcester Music Festival weekend goes to local charity.
The 2022 Worcester Paint Festival happens at locations round the city with world renowned artists involved.
The Mela festival is designed to bring people together from all walks of life to celebrate ‘togetherness’.