https://medium.com/colab-dudley/seek-permission-or-ask-for-forgiveness-activating-art-on-the-high-street-bdf74bd66aeb

Kerry O’Coy talks about activating art on Dudley High Street and her experience organising and working with local businesses for Eye Candy Festival.

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2020/jul/15/my-best-shot-laura-pannack-black-country-wasteland

Photographer Laura Pannack writes about her year-long project in the Black Country commissioned by Multistory for ‘My Best Shot’ in the Guardian.

https://www.desiblitz.com/content/creative-black-country-reveals-covid-19-challenges-on-arts

Desiblitz find out how the lockdown has impacted on Creative Black Country’s work.

https://www.creativeblackcountry.co.uk/blog/2019/8/13/creative-black-country-expands-to-include-dudley

Creative Black Country has been awarded £1,403,154 of National Lottery funding through Arts Council England’s Creative People and Places programme (CPP) to expand its current CPP activity to include Dudley, in partnership with Black Country Living Museum and Dudley Council for Voluntary Service.