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Black Country Living MuseumWritten by on 14th January 2014

As part of the Home of Metal Festival the Black Country Living Museum celebrated the metal industries that brought fame to the Black Country. The story of the Black Country is distinctive because of the scale, drama, intensity and variety of the industrial might that .
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Manufactory by Chris Coekin at Wolverhampton Art GalleryWritten by on 14th January 2014

Over a 4-year period artist Chris Coekin has produced beautifully detailed photographs and recorded sounds on the shop floor of a heavy industrial factory. Home of Metal held an exhibition of his work at Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
Taking inspiration from the 19th-century trade union banners, Coekin .
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Wolverhampton Art Gallery: You Should Be LivingWritten by on 14th January 2014

Capsule explored the impact Heavy Metal has had on visual art with ‘You Should Be Living: The Visual Language of Heavy Metal’. Inviting international artists and commissioning a dynamic new piece of work by Napalm Death founder Nicholas Bullen and French artist Damien Deroubaix, Capsule highlighted .
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Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery: Home Of MetalWritten by on 14th January 2014

HOME OF METAL: 40 years of Heavy Metal and it’s unique birthplace
Home of Metal celebrated the bands that put Birmingham and the Black Country on the musical map. Over four years, Home of Metal scoured the UK and beyond for relics, artefacts, memorabilia and interesting .
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