Castlefield Gallery presents an exhibition of affordable editioned work you can buy and own from five North West-based artists.
As part of Archives at Play, Kelly Jayne Jones uses sound to create a site of ritual, resonating with the fabric of the building at Castlefield Gallery.
Dr. Yan Wang Preston introduces the photographic series, English Gardens, and talks about her research into why the landscape looks the way it does.
Enjoy a late opening of the CYBERJUNK exhibition at Castlefield Gallery accompanied with live audio performances by John Powell-Jones and Lauren de Sá Naylor.
One of the UK’s most ambitious art fairs, Manchester Art Fair, returns to Manchester Central on the 20th and 21st of November.
Speakers’ Corner: Sisterhood is a free exhibition at Contact – part celebration of sisterhood and part show of colourful individuality.
Experience an Indigenous Mexican response to climate change as TOTEM LATAMAT travels to Brunswick Park, opposite Manchester Museum, before its final stop at COP26.
Completely A Hustling Place is an exhibition at Central Library from Venture Arts that offers an exciting and immersive showcase of creativity and studio output over the past year.
The mechanical marvel is a fusion of science and art that will delight visitors to Corridor of Light who can view the spectacle from a specially cast, concrete bench which has been reinforced with graphene.
Manchester Museum will have a new display in its window featuring a number of stunning shells which glow a brilliant, florescent pink and show just how magical nature can be.
Algorave co-founder Alex McLean curates two-nights of algorave showcases between the live performance at Hatch on Friday 22nd October from 6-10pm.
Discover more of Antonio Robert’s work at Alan Gilbert Square where you will find Let’s Never Meet, an exploration of intellectual connections with people we may never physically meet.
Studio 8 Installations features conversations between international students and local communities in a cutting edge digital studio at The Royal Northern College of Music.
Our Beating Heart bathes Circle Square in light from a mirror ball on a grand scale in a beautiful work from Studio Vertigo.
In the 150th year of Holy Name Church, Where There Is Light questions where we find light in our lives, ourselves, others and in the world around us. Sharing the voices and stories of asylum seekers and highlighting the struggles of refugees. Free but booking required.