January 2016
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Symposium discussing the photography of Janet Mendelsohn begins with intro into how and when the photographs were discovered and relevant social context. Catherine Hall @ucl on Janet Mendelsohn’s photos: ‘The past is never past but lives on in the present’ #SocialJM @CCCSMendelsohn

NEWS : January 30, 2016

Symposium discussing the photography of Janet Mendelsohn begins with intro into how and when the photographs were discovered and relevant social context. Catherine Hall @ucl on Janet Mendelsohn’s photos: ‘The past is never past but lives on in the present’ #SocialJM @CCCSMendelsohn By: multistoryView on Instagram


For the first ever #multistorytakeover we invite photographer Susan Meiselas’s studio team @lexileebrown @alexnelsonphoto to post on our Instagram from 1-5 February. Stay tuned for a sneak peek into their visit. Watch this space to hear more about the project. #multistorytakeover #blackcountrystories #susanmeiselas

NEWS : January 28, 2016

For the first ever #multistorytakeover we invite photographer Susan Meiselas’s studio team @lexileebrown @alexnelsonphoto to post on our Instagram from 1-5 February. Stay tuned for a sneak peek into their visit. Watch this space to hear more about the project. #multistorytakeover #blackcountrystories #susanmeiselas By: multistoryView on Instagram


First local screening of the year is #martinparr’s documentary film ‘Mark Goes to Mongolia’ (2012), commissioned as part of #blackcountrystories It tells the extraordinary story of Mark Evans – pigeon auctioneer, breeder and entrepreneur – based in Moxley in the Black Country. Thursday 14 Jan 2016, 2.30-3.30pm #Tipton Library, DY4 8QL Free entry Photo credit: Martin Parr/ Magnum Photos

NEWS : January 13, 2016

First local screening of the year is #martinparr’s documentary film ‘Mark Goes to Mongolia’ (2012), commissioned as part of #blackcountrystories It tells the extraordinary story of Mark Evans – pigeon auctioneer, breeder and entrepreneur – based in Moxley in the Black Country. Thursday 14 Jan 2016, 2.30-3.30pm #Tipton Library, DY4 8QL Free entry Photo credit: […]


Highlights of 2015

NEWS : January 6, 2016

In no particular order … 1) The Symposium on Multistory’s ‘Black Country Stories’ explored recent commissions with photographers, writers and filmmakers through talks and discussion. It brought together international speakers,¬†Martin Parr (UK), Margaret Drabble (UK), Hans Eijkelboom (NL), David Goldblatt (SA), Susie Parr (UK) and Mark Power (UK), to speak about their work in response […]