A movement for youth-led mental health. Balmy Army is art and activism rolled into one show – expect the unexpected.
Join artist Alistair Woods and former director of Castlefield Gallery, Kwong Lee, exploring the histories and archives of artist-led spaces.
Experience a screening of filmed performances by Whiskey Chow, a performance artist and Chinese drag king, and the other by Ro Roberston,
Themory is an immersive audiovisual installation, drawing from the subjective and fluid forces of family and history, place and time.
The Poetics of Water asks visitors to look at landscapes, borders and centuries and think deeply about soil and water’s fundamental elements.
New Cinema Days at the School of Digital Arts is a one-day collective seminar and radical screening series focusing on experimental and emerging forms of cinema.
Traces of Displacement uses the Whitworth’s collection to address one of the major humanitarian concerns – forced displacement.
Archives at Play 2 is the second in a two-part series of exhibitions inviting an exciting roster of artists to delve into Castlefield Gallery’s archive.
Dave Haslam and Jeremy Deller mark the publication of ‘Adventure Everywhere’, Haslam’s short book about Pablo Picasso’s Paris nightlife.
Albrecht Dürer’s Material World is the first major exhibition of the Whitworth’s outstanding Dürer collection in over half a century.
Tale of the Frozen Bits at Castlefield Gallery is the first major solo exhibition of work by artist El Morgan.
A lively and exuberant exhibition of the work of Nina Chua and Daniel Silver, part of Castlefield Gallery’s ongoing series of two person shows.
Artists Matthew Bamber and Ivy Kalungi explore how images, objects and bodies hold memories of personal and social histories.
Manchester Metropolitan University presents The Illustrated Woman: the art of tattoo a day of special events to launch Helen Mort’s latest poetry collection.
Explore your creative side and indulge in some drawing, painting and collage with your tipple of choice.