Our 2022 degree show for all of this years’ students from the visual arts.
Join us for an afternoon of exploring the Folk Horror genre with the opportunity to have your questions answered after the showing with guests Mikel Koven and John Cussans.
Worcester Illustration hosts this year’s Take 5 talks of alumni. 5 ex arts students from across courses share their work, their expertise and advise to our current batch of students. Always inspiring.
Last Friday I gave a talk at University of Worcester for the third year students on the Graphic Design & Multimedia course, the same one I graduated from five years ago. But I didn’t tell them about my work or show them cool skills and tricks. I took them through...
Harpal Bobby scooped the Royal Television Society Midlands Student Factual Film Award for her documentary, A Change in Kismat, which explores British Indian women’s attitudes towards arranged marriages.
The Mela festival is designed to bring people together from all walks of life to celebrate ‘togetherness’.
Chris Pearce of Game Art talks to Hanna Watts about her work as a Prop Artist in the games industry.
The Government and a number of UK higher education institutions have recognised the powerful contribution the arts can make to health and wellbeing.
Introduction I am a performer and lecturer, and artistic director of Nottingham based Zoo Indigo. The company devises autobiographical performance, combining dark humour, song, live music and multimedia in a kaleidoscopic approach, creating politically charged...
Anna Peskova finished her degree in Graphic Design in 2017. Since then she has worked at web design agency Practically. She also co-designed and built this very site.
A spectacular display of creative work by students at the University of Worcester greets visitors to Worcester Cathedral’s Undercroft.
Our next Art House Artist Talk will be by Isla Badenoch on Monday December 13th at 4.30 pm. The talk will take place online.
An interview between Laura (Veera) Kauppinen, Animation Student (Major Animation/Minor film Production) and lecturer Jamie Pardo. They cover life at Worcester, awards and working abroad.
Leah Gordon – photographer, film-maker, curator and writer – talks modernism and architecture; the slave trade; industrialisation; and grassroots religious, class and folk histories.
Students from our 1st, 2nd and 3rd years had a day out in Birmingham visiting the Ikon gallery, the Lego shop and exploring luxury brands in Selfridges.
3rd year Film Students are crowdfunding for their group project: retro stylised thriller ‘Interference’…
We’re very excited to announce that Edie Jo Murray and…kruse will give the second Art House/Meadow Arts Open Talk on Wednesday October 20th at 16.30.
A popular festival returns to the City lighting up the streets with some exciting new projections.
As part of the programme and the University’s continued links with local innovation we will be talking again at the yearly Malvern Festival. This time we return to not being virtual.
You are invited to a series of talks by current PhD students in Fine Art at the University of Worcester whose work is currently on display as part of the Haptics exhibition in the Art House on Castle Street.
The inaugural Worcester Paint Festival happens at locations round the city with world renowned artists involved.
Only Bondage was the Circling Sky reflects concerns about freedom of movement across national borders, co-existence with other species in the age of the anthropocene and the essential role that green spaces play throughout civic life…
Dr John Cussans, from the School of Arts, will be presenting his work as part of an evening of new screenings, talks and performances taking place tomorrow. The Centre for Media Research at Bath Spa University presents ‘Fiction Machines – Part III’ at 6pm, with presentations from a number of artists, filmmakers and theorists.
New Art West Midlands x Coventry Biennial alumnus Matías Serra Delmar is currently exhibiting his work No Particular Order in the windows of University of Worcester’s Art House building.
Final year Game Art student, Shindy Leong was interviewed for a feature in online magazine 80.lv this month.
The exhibition is made up of three large format prints that fill the windows of the Art House, University of Worcester. The installation reflects the artist’s personal and ancestral histories, across three countries and continents, Gambia, Jamaica & Birmingham.
The Gloucestershire Society for Botanical Illustration (GSBI) have created artwork during lockdown for a new botanical art exhibition, in partnership with the Museum of Royal Worcester.
Migrations: Open Hearts, Open Borders was inspired by a touring exhibition of postcards, organised by lecturers at the University of Worcester.
Students from Graphic Design, Game Art, Illustration and Fine Art presented their final show in a limited private view. Unlike previous years without social distancing, the official opening was attended by academic staff and the students.
We are delighted that we will be joined by one of Britain’s most experienced Television Producer & Directors, Gosh! TV’s Creative Director Paul Barnett.
Chris Solarski started work in video games at Sony Computer Entertainment’s London Studio as a character and environment artist before making a career-defining detour into figurative oil painting.
Severn Arts is offering to fund the entry fees of two artists under the age of 25 wishing to take part in Worcestershire Open Studios.
Ahead of ‘Line of Duty’ Series 6, join us for an exclusive event with World Productions CEO and Creative Director, Simon Heath
Andy Holden is an artist and musician whose approach is characterised by a desire to connect to audiences while retaining his own idiosyncratic internal references and motivations.