2016 VENUES

Join us on Saturday 16 April, 2016, to find out how Reclaim Photography West Midlands 2016 will be taking over these public spaces, to promote the very best in art photography and to raise funds for our regional charity Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our venues for supporting this year's events. More venues to be announced soon.


Black Country Living Museum, 2 Tipton Road, Dudley, DY1 4SQ

Black Country Living Museum is one of the most extraordinary open-air museums in the UK. Occupying 26 acres of industrialised landscape in Dudley, the Museum immerses visitors into the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the past and offers visitors the chance to explore original period shops and houses, meeting the Museum’s costumed characters along the way.

Entrance to the exhibition, which will take place in the Admissions building, is free of charge but does not include entry to the Museum. Parking charges for visitors to the exhibition will apply. 

To find out more about the Black Country Living Museum visit us at: https://www.bclm.co.uk/ or view our What's on page to find out about future events. Follow us on Twitter and join us on Facebook.


Grand Central, 68A East Mews, Birmingham, B2 4XQ

Last September, Grand Central became the jewel in Birmingham’s crown, as the city’s newest premium shopping and dining destination opened its doors to the public.

With a mix of over 60 shops, restaurants and cafes, Grand Central offers some of the biggest and best brands with something to please everyone including The White Company, Hobbs, Joules, Foyles, Cath Kidston, Neal’s Yard along with one of the biggest John Lewis stores in the UK.

Grand Central also has no shortage of dining options ready to satisfy any appetite. The cuisine on offer stretches across the globe from Asia to Europe providing a diverse range of food choices to satisfy any appetite. They offer everything from sushi to burritos, from macaroons to fresh cream pastries, and from authentic Italian coffee to sparkling wines on tap.

Grand Central also has a strong investment in the local community, creating a location that can be enjoyed and shared by everyone, irrespective of age, background or culture.  The centre prides itself on working with local communities through a celebration of the arts and by dedicating time and skills which will help to support the people of Birmingham. 

Grand Central is proud to endorse Reclaim Photography in it’s aim to celebrate the talent and beauty of the photography world along with raising funds for Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer (LFBC) while also providing a platform to profile the UK’s only regional charity for breast cancer.

To find out more about Grand Central visit us at http://www.grandcentralbirmingham.com/. Follow us on Twitter and join us on Facebook.


Light House Media Centre, The Chubb Buildings, Friar Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1HT

Light House Media Centre, a registered charity, is the Black Country’s only independent cinema, housing two screens, 3 galleries and a café bar within the iconic Victorian architecture of The Chubb Buildings. Light House offers the city an eclectic packed programme of 21st century culture. It’s a meeting place of the curious, lively, friendly minds of Wolverhampton – a place to feel at home, relax, take in a film, knit or read a book with a coffee or bottle of wine – a hidden gem reflecting the best of our city and the world.

To find out more about the Light House visit us at http://light-house.co.uk/  or view our What's on page to find out about future events. Follow us on Twitter and join us on Facebook.


Mander Centre, Mander House, Wolverhampton, WV1 3NH

Located in the heart of Wolverhampton’s bustling City Centre, there is an exceptional mix of stores in the Mander Shopping Centre. From small speciality shops to large high street favourites.

To find out more about the Mander Centre visit us at http://www.mandercentre.co.uk/. Follow us on Twitter and join us on Facebook


University of Wolverhampton, Harrison Learning Centre, Wulfrana Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1RH

The University of Wolverhampton has a long history of providing students with the opportunities presented by a first class education. As a major player in the UK higher education sector, we continue to excel in the areas that have contributed to our excellent reputation: award-winning teaching, state-of-the-art-facilities, international partnerships, strong business links and innovative research. 

Wolverhampton School of Art - our creative community consists of a team of academics/industry professionals, expert technicians and internationally recognised researchers. 

Artsfest 2016

After the success of last year's inaugural arts festival, showcasing the creative and cultural life of our region, preparations are underway for 2016's event. 

To be the first to hear about this year’s Arts Festival make sure you follow us:

@wlv_arts          /WLV_Arts          #wlvartsfest       wlv.ac.uk/artsfest.

 

 

 

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