Our Story Continues

Following on from a successful special screening at the Global Blake online conference in January 2022 and a headline screening at the final Iain McGilchrist retreat in the Cotswolds in autumn 2020, the Finding Blake team are actively seeking out screening venues and online options this new year, navigating the pandemic, to contribute and lead on taking the energy and inspiration of Blake in this modern age. 

On this page, we chart some of the key processes involved in bringing Finding Blake to life so far. Coming soon: a look ahead to some of the key milestones over the next few months.

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August 2018 – the stone is in place

Finding Blake film maker James Murray-White was on site at Bunhill Fields to record the setting in place of William Blake’s new stone.  Here is a tiny teaser to promote the ceremony at the graveside this coming Sunday, 12th August 2018, when the world will finally be able to see the new gravestone for William Blake in all its glory. Many years in the planning, six months in the making, and now lying regally over the bones of Blake and others.

Apocalypse – Unveiling of the Gravestone from Finding Blake on Vimeo.

A short film of the events of the ceremony will appear exclusively on www.findingblake.org.uk soon after the event.

August 2018 – the stone is unveiled
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On Sunday 12th August 2018, Bunhill Fields in London welcomed the long-awaited gathering of William Blake admirers for the ceremony to unveil his new gravestone. Finding Blake was there – filming, interviewing speakers and participants and taking part in the moment of communal respect for and reflection of this great artist, poet and visionary and his legacy for us. 

Unveiling Ceremony – speakers from James Murray-White on Vimeo.