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The Persuasions - October 1973
The visit by the acappella vocal group The Persuasions was a seminal event, the effect of the visit far outweighing the 3 days they were with us.  In many ways the poster says it all. Read More
28-11-2012 4 years 48 weeks ago
The Ribbon of Peace October/December 1990
This was an exhibition of a selection of works from the thousands of banners that made up The Ribbon Of Peace. 50 of the 150 individual banners that came to the UK were exhibited at the Blackie. Read More
19-09-2012 5 years 11 weeks ago
Vessel : An Opera Epic by Meredith Monk June 1972
Meredith Monk  Read More
04-12-2012 4 years 22 weeks ago
Videoing Education Of The Girl Child
 Videoing 'Education Of The Girl Child'  The Education Of A Camera Crew. This was one of the few occassions in the Blackie's history when we set out to produce a video of a performance by a visiting artist. The performance was by Meredith Monk as part of her 1972 visit. Read More
15-07-2013 4 years 26 weeks ago
Visiting Companies and Individuals
 1960s 1970s Read More
18-07-2013 4 years 13 weeks ago
WOManweb January/February 1991
“Many minds, but one heart.” (Chelmsford Branch banner of the NUGW). All of the banners collected together for this exhibition, with the exception of the Suffrage banner, were the work of women in Merseyside and the North West. Some of them were simply made – produced quickly for a demonstration; some of them contained months and months of intricate work and patience. Read More
08-09-2012 3 years 19 weeks ago
Women's Rites - May 1995
An exhibition of paintings by Monica Sjoo and works by North West artists Rebecca Doughty,  Judy Gough,  Jean Grant,  Read More
13-08-2014 2 years 48 weeks ago
‘A Dot On The Map’ 17th September – 26th October 1997
This was the first public showing of ‘A Dot OnThe Map’ a collaborative Art and New Technology works, linking schools, communities and individuals from all over Cumbria isolated by geography or disability. These places –the Dots- included remote village schools, big Inner City schools, special schools, a youth club for the deaf and the singular house of Audrey Barker who instigated ‘A Dot On The Map’ (whoever crossed her threshold was invited to make artwork for the project). Read More
10-08-2014 3 years 23 weeks ago
‘ANIMALS: for the use of ...’ May/June 1989 29-05-2012 3 years 19 weeks ago
‘Food For The Eye, Or … Would You Like Your Egg Woven Or Knitted?’ November/December 1988
A sometimes serious, sometimes light-hearted look at food and eating, interpreted in textiles by artists from Merseyside and around the country. The Artists and Their Work: Su Richardson (Birmingham) Read More
08-09-2012 1 year 48 weeks ago
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