The Public was designed to stimulate imaginations and foster creativity.
The Public was able to offer these interns and apprentices real live experience in a varity of skill areas, such as exhibition installation, curation and front of house. Many interns went on to work in the industry.
The Public ran extensive work experience and intern programmes. One of the major tenants, Learnplay foundation, hosted up to 150 young apprentices. They were learning skills involved in designing and building video games.
The Public was a great place to be imaginative
The Public was a great place to learn electronics
The Public was a great place to learn skills. A major British Council exhibition being installed by interns and apprentices.
The Public was a great place to learn from experts. Artist Vivan Sundaram, from Delhi, talks to Sandwell College fashion students.
The Public was a great place to concentrate
The Public was a great place for families.
The Public was a great place to learn animation.
The Public was a great place to have fun.
The Public worked with Wolverhampton University. It hosted the
annual MA shows and MA Bursary. Hoodies by Diane Soltys.
The Public worked with Sandwell College Photography Department.
Students were given the opportunity to work with Martin Parr.
The Public was a great place to learn to share
In loving memory of The Public