July 2012
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Mark Power’s Black Country Stories is featured in The Royal Photographic Society

NEWS : July 23, 2012

A nine-page article on Mark Power’s Black Country Stories is featured in the July/August 2012 edition of The Royal Photographic Society Journal. The article provides a fascinating insight behind the thoughts, processes and ideas that led to Mark’s Black Country Stories, which is now being exhibited at The New Art Gallery Walsall until 15 September. […]


Mark Power’s Black Country Stories Preview Night at The New Art Gallery Walsall

NEWS : July 20, 2012

Last night saw the long awaited, and highly anticipated, opening of Mark Power’s Black Country Stories exhibition at The New Art Gallery Walsall (further information here). The night was a huge success with approximately 200 people turning out (even in the rain) to come and celebrate this inspiring new work by Mark that centres around […]


Expect the Unexpected: oral history interviewing in Wolverhampton

NEWS : July 17, 2012

By Julia Letts Last Wednesday, I watched on as Alison McKee and Shaun Evans, our two Black Country Stories volunteers from Wolverhampton had their first go at oral history interviewing. Neither of them had ever done anything like this before, but a couple of months ago, they signed up to our oral history volunteer programme […]


Small Change Forum Event: Stirchley

NEWS : July 6, 2012

In June 2012, The Small Change Forum brought together 15 people including local residents of Stirchley along with professionals from the public and private sectors. Participants considered the strategic aims and practical next steps for progressing a number of creative community improvement proposals as developed by Place Prospectors – a community interest group directed by […]