This Saturday, 2nd April Full Circle Senior Curator – Kay Ogilvie will be at The Public in West Bromwich. This is a special event to celebrate and share rare and unique moving images of The Black Country, jointly hosted by the Media Archive for Central England (MACE) and The Public.
We are looking for groups to join us in the search for film to help unearth some hidden treasures of our screen heritage.
Film and videotape have recorded images that are crucial to our understanding of the last 100 years and home movies especially have the capacity to reveal our way of life like no other records.
Saturday 2 April 2011
6pm – 9pm
Free refreshments and nibbles
‘The value of collecting Media’
Graham Peet, Exhibitions Manager The Public
‘The Full Circle Film project & how to get involved’
Kay Ogilvie, Senior Curator Full Circle/MACE
Short film screenings of archive footage from the Sandwell archives, Oldbury history society collection, 1960s ITV news items.
Archive extracts from the short film ‘Miracle in West Bromwich’
by Billy Dosanjh
Archive extracts from Malcolm X
by Steve Page
A personal tour of The Public facilities and exhibitions
by Graham Peet