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Left is the flye
Archive Record Created : 17 Nov 2017 --- Updated : 1 year ago
 A Question of  Equity was a piece of Research as to the situation of women in the arts on Merseyside.  It was undertaken by Wendy Harpe and funded by Merseyside Arts.  It was a result of work done by The Women in Arts Research Group which was based at the Blackie, but which operated under the auspice of Mersyside Arts which provided administrative back up.
Archive Record Created : 07 Aug 2017 --- Updated : 1 year ago
This Seminar was not run by the Black-E but it is included in the Archive a) because of Bill's involvement  and b) because the Archive aims to include work associated with Black dance which links to work done at the Black-E  The Seminar was run by  IRIE! Dance and City and Islington College (Saturday 24 September 05).
Archive Record Created : 26 Sep 2018 --- Updated : 1 year 3 months ago
 The following Report was compiled by a sub-Committee of the Arts Council's New Activities Committee. This included Bill and Wendy Harpe who were alternate members of the New Activities Committee plus Griselda Grimond, Jenny Harris and Rufus Harris.
Archive Record Created : 12 Jun 2017 --- Updated : 1 year 3 months ago
The Conference "Community Arts? Learning from the Legacy of Artists' Social Initiatives" took place at the Black-E on November 1st 2015.  It was convened by The Liverpool Biennial and Andrea Phillips, in association with Visible Award 2015 and Tate Liverpool The programme was as follows:- 10.30-11.00 Registration and coffee.
Archive Record Created : 14 Nov 2015 --- Updated : 1 year 3 months ago
Down To Earth was originally created as a way of providing the basis for debate and creative activities for the Second Merseyside Gathering of Community Artists February 1978.  It was staged as a day-long game and took place in an empty 3-storey warehouse in the centre of Liverpool
Archive Record Created : 04 Aug 2015 --- Updated : 1 year 3 months ago
Down To Earth has had two outings, the first being staged as a day-long game in February 1978.  See Down To Earth 1978.
Archive Record Created : 04 Aug 2015 --- Updated : 1 year 3 months ago
 The seeds of creativity – what are the conditions for their growth?”
Archive Record Created : 12 Aug 2015 --- Updated : 1 year 3 months ago
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 A Question of  Equity was a piece of Research as to the situation of women in the arts on Merseyside.  It was undertaken by Wendy Harpe and funded by Merseyside Arts.  It was a result of work done by The Women in Arts Research Group which was based at the Blackie, but which operated under the auspice of Mersyside Arts which provided administrative back up.
Archive Record Created : 07 Aug 2017 --- Updated : 1 year ago
 Ancient Futures
Archive Record Created : 12 Oct 2018 --- Updated : 2 years 9 months ago
This Conference was not run by the Black-E but it is included in the Archive a) because of Bill's involvement  and b) because the Archive aims to include work associated with Black Dance which links to work done at the Black-E
Archive Record Created : 10 Oct 2018 --- Updated : 2 years 9 months ago
Left is the flye
Archive Record Created : 17 Nov 2017 --- Updated : 1 year ago
The Story behind Brendan MacCormack's guitar concert this Thursday February 4th,  began over a year ago.  In December 1980, a few days before Christmas, the Blackie learned (in company with 40 other Projects nationally) it would not receive a grant from Arts Council in the coming year.
Archive Record Created : 15 Jan 2014 --- Updated : 7 years 5 months ago
The Conference "Community Arts? Learning from the Legacy of Artists' Social Initiatives" took place at the Black-E on November 1st 2015.  It was convened by The Liverpool Biennial and Andrea Phillips, in association with Visible Award 2015 and Tate Liverpool The programme was as follows:- 10.30-11.00 Registration and coffee.
Archive Record Created : 14 Nov 2015 --- Updated : 1 year 3 months ago
This Seminar was not run by the Black-E but it is included in the Archive a) because of Bill's involvement  and b) because the Archive aims to include work associated with Black dance which links to work done at the Black-E  The Seminar was run by  IRIE! Dance and City and Islington College (Saturday 24 September 05).
Archive Record Created : 26 Sep 2018 --- Updated : 1 year 3 months ago
Lorry Theatre took place very early in the Blackie's history  and it was the first attempt of working with communities in the open air.  Bill Harpe directed the event and, not surpringly, his Report On Lorry Theatre considers the role of the arts and artists when working with audiences who traditionally have had little or no relationships with either. LORRY THEATRE EXPEDITION 1969. DIRECTOR'S REPORT
Archive Record Created : 17 Jul 2017 --- Updated : 1 year 4 months ago
Down To Earth was originally created as a way of providing the basis for debate and creative activities for the Second Merseyside Gathering of Community Artists February 1978.  It was staged as a day-long game and took place in an empty 3-storey warehouse in the centre of Liverpool
Archive Record Created : 04 Aug 2015 --- Updated : 1 year 3 months ago

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