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The Black-E is fully wheelchair accessible

The Black-E is fully wheelchair accessible

Youth Arts Programme

Summer Play 2014

Our regular   PlayScheme   for Saturday has been cancelled for this week- 1st November.

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The after school project is a Free Fun creative arts project that focuses on stimulating all the senses through the Arts.

The project is aimed at children and their siblings with neurological conditions.

Please contact ADDvanced Solutions on 0151 486 1788, or The Black-e 0151 709 5109, for further information

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Youth Circus at the Black-E. Learning circus skills is a great way to keep fit and active, improve co-ordination and concentration, gain confidence and make new friends.

Performance Events

AFROVIBES

Afrovibes - detail from posterAfrovibes, the festival of South African music, drama and dance returns to the Black-E, after its first successful visit in 2012, with performances, workshops, the Township Cafe, and a Launch Party. The festival celebrates 20 years of democracy in South Africa

All performances  begin at 7pm.

Book onto Afrovibes workshops here.

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During March and April 2014, we will host an exciting festival programme of circus for all ages,...

Poster image for Built in BelfastTheatre group making stars of autism

Belfast arts group, Star Theatre is coming to Liverpool with their Titanic show

‘Built in Belfast’ show at The Black-E on Saturday November 28th at 7.30pm.

Workshops

Creative and co-operative games sessions take place weekly on Friday afternoons.  Please contact us by phone or email for an invitation to join in.

Tai-Chi-class-with-Chinese-teacherThese classes provide an ideal opportunity to learn the art of Tai Chi. Charles and Gina Tsang are highly experienced teachers who specialise in the Yang style and are also members of The Liverpool Chinatown Tai Chi group, founded in 1986.

Sundays 11.30am – 1pm.

women-in-dance-exercise-class“Movema” means ‘to move’ in St Lucian Patois  -  the company’s aim is to inspire our UK communities ‘to move’ their bodies and their minds to the rhythms of their roots.

Mondays 6-7pm; Tuesdays 6.00-7.00pm;
Wednesdays  7.00- 8.00pm.

Exhibitions

Games-of-Art-Dotto-apples and worms. Acrylic on board

The Games of Art exhibition presents a selection of imaginative artworks created over the last 40 years of 'Artful Games'; and texts explaining the nature and philosophy behind the art of 'creative and cooperative' games : 'Absolute freedom within very definite limits'. This follows a principle that Paul Taylor, American Choreographer once explained as : 'give yourself a set of simple limitations and do the best you can'.

YG and On Track Abdal Hadi formerly stevie SmithCelebrating forty years of the Black-E, the exhibition researches the lives of dozens of Black-E ‘alumni/ae’ (former youthful participants, volunteers and apprentices), to create an extended exhibition of the youth of the past to inspire the youth of the present. The project aims to identify the
impact that The Black-E has had on alumnae, paying particular
attention to their potential as role models for young
people currently in our community.

painting-of-female-figure-in-ecstacyVoices from The Song of Songs, a series of 12 paired prints, 373 mm x 300mm, created 1997-99 by Judy Chicago, on display in Liverpool for the first time, with a contextual exhibition of her life's work in the arts to date.

For over four decades, as a renowned artist, writer, feminist and intellectual, Judy Chicago's influence has been far-reaching within and outside the art community internationally. She has made the female point of view a part of mainstream art.