Experience the breadth of the region’s best at the Festival of Masters, a one day pop-up festival in the heart of Wolverhampton, offering a once in a lifetime opportunity to see the Black Country’s 100 Masters at work whilst sipping on mulled wine.
100 Masters is a campaign that aims to highlight local people’s skills, expertise and extraordinary achievements selected by public nomination. Festival of Masters brings together one hundred individual experts under one roof.
During the summer the public nominated people they know who are brilliant at what they do. Hundreds of nominations from across the region were submitted and now the 100 Masters list has been compiled. The shortlisted Masters were chosen via a panel selection process and come from a dazzling breadth of backgrounds, ages and areas of the region.
The exceptional list of Masters range from award-winning authors, sought-after designers, green-fingered gardeners, globe-trotting art directors, engineers, athletes, crafts people, entrepreneurs, brewers, dancers, artists, poets and community ambassadors, with plenty in-between, all representing extraordinary present-day talent from the Black Country.
The public will get the chance to get up close to some of the Masters who will be appearing at the festival on Saturday 25th November at Starworks Warehouse in Wolverhampton.
Everyone is welcome!
Entry to the Festival is free. Workshops are on a first come, first served basis.
Directions: Starworks Warehouse on Frederick Street is next to St John’s Retail Park (behind Next). A 10 minute walk from Wolverhampton Train Station or 5 minutes from the Mander and Wulfrun Centre. Paid parking is available.