July 2018
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Who do you think should be celebrated? Who do you think is outstanding? Who goes above and beyond for you? . . The Women’s Honour Award will celebrate the many and varied roles that women who live and work in #Sandwell do. . . NOMINATE NOW by filling in a form available in all Sandwell Libraries or online via our website. The winners will have their portrait painted by @sarahtaylorsilverwood . . Thanks to @misterdodds for the beautiful poster design and @ropepress for printing.

NEWS : July 19, 2018

Who do you think should be celebrated? Who do you think is outstanding? Who goes above and beyond for you? . . The Women’s Honour Award will celebrate the many and varied roles that women who live and work in #Sandwell do. . . NOMINATE NOW by filling in a form available in all Sandwell […]


Over the next few weeks we’ll be introducing the fabulous judging panel for The Women’s Honour Award. First up, Tina Cockbill. . . Tina has been working at Nods Café in the West Bromwich Indoor Market for 15 years and is a central figure to the West Bromwich community… She thinks it’s important to go the extra mile to make people feel welcome and a part of something, and that’s why Nod’s Café is such an important place for West Brom. She thinks of herself as a ‘listener’, always making sure that customers who come to the café have someone to speak to about their day, or to reminisce about the past. The Women’s Honour Award will celebrate the many and varied roles that women who live and / or work in Sandwell do as care-givers, supporters and more. The three winners chosen by our judging panel will have their portrait painted by @sarahtaylorsilverwood and, together with their family and friends, they will be invited to a celebration event where the portraits will be revealed. For more information on how to nominate see link in bio. . . . . . #WomensHonourAward #SarahTaylorSilverwood #Community #Women #MultistoryArtist #Sandwell #SandwellCouncil #ACENational #CultureMatters #Multistory

NEWS : July 17, 2018

Over the next few weeks we’ll be introducing the fabulous judging panel for The Women’s Honour Award. First up, Tina Cockbill. . . Tina has been working at Nods Café in the West Bromwich Indoor Market for 15 years and is a central figure to the West Bromwich community… She thinks it’s important to go […]


The Women’s Honour Award – Meet the Judges

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Over the next few weeks we’ll be introducing the fabulous panel who will judge entries to The Women’s Honour Award. First up, Tina Cockbill. Tina has been working at Nods Café in the West Bromwich Indoor Market for 15 years and is a central figure to the West Bromwich community. She is on the Friends of […]


THE WOMEN’S HONOUR AWARD

NEWS : July 13, 2018

Sarah Taylor Silverwood Created by artist Sarah Taylor Silverwood, in collaboration with Multistory, The Women’s Honour Award will celebrate the many important and varied roles that women who live and / or work in Sandwell do as care-givers, supporters and more. We all know a woman who goes above and beyond for us; who quietly goes that extra […]


Who says women don’t like football

NEWS : July 11, 2018

On the night of England’s semi-finals, we’re delighted to join the football fever and share with you Emma Purshouse’s first poem from Tipton Tales, her new commission with Multistory. “I’m delighted to be working for Multistory on this project.  I’ve just written my first poem for ‘Tipton Tales’.  It’s fairly topical.   I wrote it based on notes […]


We’re excited to share with you an image from photographer @niallmcdiarmid from his series of #Sandwell portraits commissioned by #Multistory for Blast! Festival. The work will be exhibited next year as part of the #BlastPhotoFest2019 shown across the 6 #Sandwell towns. . . “I’ve really enjoyed getting started on my Multistory project and have been travelling across the region regularly over the past month. The basis of the series is to build a portrait of the six towns across Sandwell, photographing the people I meet in my own style. The area is ethnically very diverse so I’m enjoying meeting people from a huge variety of backgrounds. However at the same time not only is it physically in the centre of the country but it seems to be right at the heart of the contemporary England, mirroring many of the changes and challenges that are so regularly discussed. High points so far – the great market at Blackheath, jumping on buses out of Oldham, walking the canals around Tipton, a great coffee morning at West Smethwick Baptist Church on the way to visiting Marshall Street where Malcom X visited in 1965. I even met people who were living on the street when he visited. Lastly I love the John Taylor Duce building in Wednesbury. I’d like to find out more about that. Very intriguing building. Low points so far – the seats on the tram..so uncomfortable. I’m starting a one man campaign for cushions to be supplied!” Niall, July 2018 . . Image: Indoor Market, West Bromwich – June 2018 Niall McDiarmid . . . . . #AmbitionforExcellence #ACE #CultureMatters #Community #Photography #NiallMcdiarmid #portraits

NEWS : July 6, 2018