Micah Purnell curates a ten year retrospective exhibition at Chatham Mill with an outrageous global cast of artists.
Sara Riccardi discusses food in art, from traditional Dutch still lives to contemporary candy floss installations.
David Olusoga OBE delivers a lecture addressing the dilemma facing museums in the 21st Century. In person tickets are sold out but the event will be streamed online.
John Cake presents a brand-new solo exhibition bringing together painting, prints and installation.
Permissible Beauty responds to the absence of Black Queer visibility in our national story, exploring and celebrating what is unique about British Black and Queer identity.
Friends of the Whitworth are delighted to welcome Sook-Kyung Lee as the 2023 Pilkington Lecturer.
Exhibiting work spanning 20 years, Robert Watson, one of the country’s leading documentary and contemporary photographic artists, returns to Central Library.
The first major UK solo exhibition by Omid Asad features new large-scale sculptural work exploring loss, memory and belonging.
Material Power: Palestinian Embroideries explores the historical life and contemporary significance of Palestinian embroidered dress.
Marketing the Manchester Ship Canal showcases original publicity material and print adverts created as marketing for the Port of Manchester.
Turner Prize-winning artist Lubaina Himid presents new commissions and work from artists Magda Stawarska, Rebecca Chesney and Tracy Hill.
Gherdai Hassell presents a new body of work at HOME in an exhibition that explores the multifaceted nature of identity.
This weekend The Bread Shed and Sandbar team up for Fiesta De Las Artes, a two-day arts festival centred around the Grosvenor Street bars.
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.