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Five local universities supply talented and assured artists to new regional initiative to promote visual arts in and around the 'city of 1,000 trades'. Mark Sheerin visits.
On the occasion of a landmark show at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, photorealist painter Johnson discusses his oft-dismissed genre with Mark Sheerin.
The public are being given the chance to have their say on the future of Walsall Museum, which could close this year under council plans to save £70,000.
A model for Rodin's The Gates of Hell, a display of antiquities devised by Henry Moore's daughter and a series of spectacular sculptures draw parallels between two towering artists in the 10th year......
From Warwick to Wolverhampton and Walsall to Birmingham, we look ahead to Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Jeremy Deller and more in 2014 at galleries across the Midlands.
Birmingham gallery charts remarkable journey from Sydney punk scene to Pupunya settlement by esoteric Australian artist.
A set of mysterious carved heads are about to have their tales told in Walsall. We find out about history on the floorboards from playwright David Calcutt.
Lots happening in Liverpool and London this month as we present you with seven more opportunities to see art in the face of Christmas shopping.
Compton Verney has won a first round pass for their plans to restore and reinvigorate their celebrated park, designed by English landscape gardener Capability Brown.
Fifty years after starting out in the city's Bullring, organisers at Ikon have invited some of their former gallery-fillers back as part of their 2014 exhibition programme.
Nao Matsunaga and Sarah Worgan have been announced as the winners of the British Ceramics Biennial's regular prizes, AWARD and FRESH at an awards ceremony in Stoke-on-Trent, the home of British......
The Broseley Wheel dates from a railway more than 400 years ago. The senior curator at the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust tells us more.
IKON devotes its entire gallery space to a major retrospective of works by painter Hurvin Anderson. Mark Sheerin gets lost in some beautiful canvasses.
The third British Ceramics Biennial offers the chance to see what's new on the contemporary ceramics scene and admire the glory of Stoke-on-Trent's Spode factory.
The artist says his audio-visual work is "a constantly evolving thing" as he prepares for an appearance at Bring to Light, a three-day festival in Birmingham this October.