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

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

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Auto Agents and the issues of self advocacy

Auto Agents and the issues of self advocacy

Auto Agents, an art exhibition curated by a group of five artists with learning disabilities launches at Bluecoat next week. Led by PhD candidate Jade French, the exhibition is the result of a project at Bluecoat that has been ongoing since January, below, Jade offers us an insight into the motivations and inspirations for the artists as well as a few highlights from the exhibition.

Joey Hateley's diRTy: the performance that rips apart identity boxes

Joey Hateley's diRTy: the performance that rips apart identity boxes

As part of DaDaFest International 2016, Joey Hateley (aka The Gender Joker) will showcase a challenging and darkly comic multi-media performance that rips apart sexuality and gender identity boxes, to open up discussion around mental health. Here, Joey gives us an insight into how this staging of diRTy is the culmination of several years of research and development and in many ways the end and the beginning of an exciting journey. 

Bluecoat's 300th anniversary exhibition & events programme announced

Bluecoat's 300th anniversary exhibition & events programme announced

2017 is a big year for Bluecoat – our building will turn 300 years old! To mark this impressive anniversary, we’ve put together a special programme of exhibitions and events taking place over 300 days of celebration from 4th February until 30th November 2017. 

The story behind the Migrant Artists Mutual Aid (MaMa) Choir

The story behind the Migrant Artists Mutual Aid (MaMa) Choir

This autumn is the 5th anniversary of Migrant Artists Mutual Aid (MaMa), a cross national network of women, mothers, migrants, artists, academics and activists who work together to support members of our group who are seeking sanctuary, and campaign for justice in the migration system.

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