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As the artists for the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia / Venice Biennale 2019 are announced today Friday ...

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Bluecoat and Venice Biennale 2019

Bluecoat and Venice Biennale 2019

As the artists for the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia / Venice Biennale 2019 are announced today Friday 8th March at the Italian Cultural Institute, London we are delighted to see past exhibiting artists Larissa Sansour and John Akomfrah are exhibiting in national pavilions, and to be a project partner on the collateral presentation by Wales in Venice of artist Sean Edwards.

Artist Suki Chan on her residency for Where the Arts Belong

Artist Suki Chan on her residency for Where the Arts Belong

Every Teacup Tells a Story

Here artist Suki Chan explains how the arts activities she will introduce to Belong residents have been inspired by her collection of tea cups and teapots.

For more information on Where the Arts Belong click here to take a look at this recent blog by project facilitator Tabitha Moses.

Where the Arts Belong

Where the Arts Belong

We're thrilled to be working in partnership with Belong Villages to bring arts experiences to people living with dementia. Here, 'Where the Arts Belong' facilitator Tabitha Moses introduces the project. 

Where the Arts Belong is a three-year project looking at the impact that arts activity can have on the lives of older people and, in particular, those living with dementia. Artists Suki Chan, Alan Dunn, Roger Hill, Philip Jeck, Brigitte Jurack and Mary Prestidge will undertake residencies at Belong care villages in Crewe, Birkdale and Chester:  Each artist has been selected by Bluecoat for their practice and its relationship with ageing through storytelling, movement and sensory experience.

Series of special events celebrate the final phase of INHABIT, Bluecoat’s New Dance programme.

Series of special events celebrate the final phase of INHABIT, Bluecoat’s New Dance programme.

INHABIT is in its final phase at Bluecoat. This three year programme of New Dance champions the independent dancer and includes audiences and participants from the wider community in the making and performance of new work. 2019, the final year of the programme, is marked by a series of special events.

December fun thanks to The National Lottery

December fun thanks to The National Lottery

#ThanksToYou

From 3-9 December 2018, we are offering free heritage tours and discounts to National Lottery players.

This December as part of the #ThanksToYou campaign, Bluecoat is providing lottery ticket holders with a Free Heritage Tour which delves into the 300 year old history of Bluecoat.

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