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Ways Of Knowing: New Dance and the importance of movement, creativity and learning for young children

published by The Bluecoat

INHABIT is Bluecoat’s three year programme of new & improvised dance with Liverpool Improvisation Collective, funded by the Esmee Fairbairn ...

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Captain Beefheart Weekend programme announced

Captain Beefheart Weekend programme announced

Join us for a celebration of Captain Beefheart, with a weekend of special events in November dedicated to the musician.

Heritage prints by the Blue Room artists

Heritage prints by the Blue Room artists

Print by Charlean Page, Blue Room artist

Top things to do for families at Bluecoat this summer

Top things to do for families at Bluecoat this summer

Abacus, an exhibition especially for children

Staff highlights from 2017: Andrew Stride on Pierre Henry

Staff highlights from 2017: Andrew Stride on Pierre Henry

Bluecoat turns 300 this year, and throughout 2017 there have been a series of exhibitions and events to mark this major anniversary. Below, local musician and Bluecoat Engagement Assistant, Andrew Stride writes about his personal highlight of the year, Pierre Henry’s The Liverpool Mass at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.

A brief introduction to etching

A brief introduction to etching
George Drought & Simon Roodhouse in the Bluecoat Print Studio, 1977

Etching is one of the oldest methods of printing still used today. In order to find out a bit more about this technique, we asked Print Studio Manager and Abacus artist Frances Disley to explain the process used in creating an etching print. As well as being the Bluecoat Print Studio Manager, Frances is also a practicing artist, based at The Royal Standard in Liverpool.

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