Did you, or someone you know, used to work at the Kenrick & Jefferson print works? Do you have stories about the factory and the amazing women who worked there?..
Focused on the everyday, Black Country Allotment Society traces the seasonal changes, the relationship between allotment people, plants, bees and animals and the cycle of allotment activities, from sowing to reaping.
Wednesday 21 July 2021 13:00 — 15:30
How does a certain place make us feel? How can we explore it in a different way than we normally would? Psychogeography is a growing practice that since the 1950s..
Sandwell Stories is a community audio project that shares the stories and ideas of local people.
Are you aged 16 to 25 and want to learn how to make your own podcast and tell the stories that matter to you? Multistory is offering a FREE, 12-week..
On 21 July, we hosted a phsychogeographical writing workshop with local writer Kerry Hadley-Pryce as part of our Blast! Creative Network Programme. We invited members of the BCN to undertake..
It’s approaching the end of the year and it’s the perfect opportunity to get comfy and catch up with the stories that matter; we’ve compiled a list of our projects from..
Drum roll please… Sandwell Stories, a new bi-monthly podcast produced by Multistory will share stories of people we meet on the streets, at home and in the workplace – we’ll..
Black Country Lungs is a new photo-book we have made in collaboration with Dutch photographer, Corinne Noordenbos. It tells the stories of people living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)..
Health, we take it for granted but, as soon as we are ill, we ask questions. How can we get better? Who is to blame? Could we have avoided it?..