Corridor of Light presents a new commission by Tim Etchells, artist, writer and leader of world-renowned performance group Forced Entertainment.
Behind Closed Doors is an exhibition of photographs taken in a Greater Manchester intensive care unit at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Castlefield Gallery’s preview nights are back! Book your place to get an early look at The Annotated Reader & The Naming of Things on Thursday 19 August.
SATURDAY SLOW PREVIEW invites audiences to take a look at new exhibitions The Annotated Reader & The Naming of Things at Castlefield Gallery on the 21st of August.
The Naming of Things is a new exhibition at Castlefield Gallery exploring the unfixed and mutable potential of language.
First launched during Frieze Art Fair, The Annotated Reader makes a stop at Castlefield Gallery having been shown internationally as part of its continuing tour.
The transformation of the Pankhurst Centre exhibition space is incredible thanks to its new permanent exhibition, At Home with the Pankhurst Family.
LAST CHANCE. From gallery walls to city streets, poets and visual artists connect words and images in this multifaceted group show.
Local artist and illustrator, David Bailey, exhibits his new poster series at Homeground.
The Holden Gallery returns with Lothar Götz unveiling a giant new, immersive site-specific wall painting.
Captioning the City asks audiences to stop, take a moment and experience Manchester in a new dimension through this captivating public artwork.
The Whitworth presents Imran Perretta: the destructors, a new 2-screen film exploring personal and collective experiences of marginalisation and oppression.
The Collections Care Centre at the Whitworth is a space that allows the gallery to show, share and care for its important collections.
LAST CHANCE. Wild Chorus and Voicing Silence at Manchester Museum are two new artistic responses to the beauty, complexity and decline of wildlife.
Elizabeth Gaskell’s House has a new exhibition about one of Elizabeth’s best-known collection of stories – Cranford.