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Get into the festive spirit whilst supporting Bluecoat!

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Philip Courtenay: 25 Years on from LODE

Philip Courtenay: 25 Years on from LODE

25 years ago, a group of teenagers from Yellow House carried a procession of wooden crates from the Albert Dock to Bluecoat. Each crate held special cargo, a memento from countries dotting an invisible line around the globe. The line, drawn by artist Philip Courtenay, connected Liverpool and Hull.

Opinion: The controversy of Genesis

Jacob Epstein's Genesis has returned to Bluecoat for the first time in 86 years, as part of the exhibition In the Peaceful Dome. When first exhibited it generated controversy amongst visitors, in part due to its representation of a woman in the late stages of pregnancy. Here Julia Johnson (of Messy Lines) explores the statue's significance alongside other depictions of pregnancy from popular culture. 

Grace Ndiritu: In Conversation

Grace Ndiritu is an international visual artist, who studied Textile Art at Winchester School of Art, UK and De Ateliers, Amsterdam 1998-2000. She first exhibited at Bluecoat in 2010 and will return to Bluecoat this October for our latest exhibition In the Peaceful Dome. Bluecoat's Head of Programme, Marie-Anne McQuay, met with Grace to discuss the work she exhibited in 2010, her current projects, and how the current socio-economic climate impacts her work.

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